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Sign up to host a #brightpinklipstickday fundraiser

Bright Pink Lipstick Day - Friday 26th September   Make a promise to Kiss and Tell on #Bright Pink Lipstick Day and start a conversation about your hereditary breast ...
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Welcome to Pink Hope – Know your risk….change your future!

Pink Hope empowers women and their families to take control of their hereditary breast and ovarian through education, prevention and support.  Know your risk, change your fut...
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VIC Outreach Support Event 2014 – Melbourne Thank You

The Melbourne Pink Hope Outreach Support Event was held in St Kilda on Saturday August 23 2014. The event was for women at high risk of breast and ovarian cancer due to a BRCA...
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My Annual Breast Screening Regime

Jess Chalmers, a young Mum with two daughters and a significant family health history of breast cancer is going to be a regular Pink Hope blog contributor as she shares every ...
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Oestrogen, Soy Products, and Breast Cancer

Carolyn McAnlis, our Pink Hope Ambassador and Dietitian, discusses oestrogen, soy products and breast cancer in this blog post. The number one risk factor for breast cancer...
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High Risk But Not Having a BRCA Gene Fault

Jess Chalmers, a Pink Hope Ambassador from Victoria, reminds us that those carrying BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene faults are only part of the high risk community with others having a s...
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Nicole Craig

Nicole’s Story

I first became aware of my family’s breast cancer history at age 14 when I was referred to the Sydney Breast Clinic and underwent my first ultrasound to find out that I had fibroadenomas.  At that time my family history