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Take part in our Pink Hope & University PHD Survey – please take part today!

There are two surveys currently being launched; one for individuals tested as being at high-risk of hereditary breast/ovarian cancer (predominantly BRCA1/2 mutation carriers) ...
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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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The Basics of Healthy Eating

Pink Hope Ambassador and Dietitian, Carolyn McAnlis in this blog post covers the basics of healthy eating and gives some recommendations that you can use every day to help y...
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The Lucky One Book Review

Pink Hope Ambassador Jess Chalmers reviews Krystal Barter's book The Lucky One. When I first heard Krystal had written a memoir about her journey I was eager to get my hand...
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We Are Indeed The Lucky Ones

Stacey Gadd a Pink Hope Ambassador, reflects on the Krystal Barter's recently published book and shares why she considers herself to lucky. This week, Krystal launched her ...
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The Lucky One

The Lucky One The inspiring story of how a young woman defied a family cancer curse to save herself and offer the gift of hope to thousands of other women. Krystal...
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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