Four of us rode last weekend (August 15-16th) 200kms over 2 days!
Over these past five years we’ve raised over $120,000 for cancer research by QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute.
Actor, and TV personality Samuel Johnson pledged to raise a million dollars and ride around Australia after learning his sister had been diagnosed with a terminal breast cancer.http://www.sbs.com.au/cyclingcentral/video/151626819728/Samuel-Johnsons-inspirational-story
The Israeli entrepreneur’s prosthetic nipples allow women to regain confidence in their appearance and avoid additional surgery.
Cancer Australia has launched a new online resource on breast reconstruction.
US going through process of life-long engagement with cancer survivors. Seeing the treatment of cancer diagnosis in terms of a long survivor-ship – shifting from focus on where ‘you’ (as patient) sit in 10yr chance of surviving to post acute treatment and survivor-ship. Great stuff.
The Black Queen was hand built by a very dedicated and amazing woman, Joan Andrews, who while recovering from breast cancer, became a stonemason and extraordinary artist at 60 years of age.
It took Joan nine years (1979 -1988) to complete the construction of the Black Queen incorporating the usage of some 14,000 bottles into 34 of the world’s most beautifully designed feature walls.
When we stumbled upon the Black Queen it had been up for sale for five years and Joan was 84 years of age still conducting tours.