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​Aveo making a difference

Aveo communities from across Australia have rallied to the cause of breast cancer research, raising more than $67,000 for PA Research Foundation's Project Pink campaign. Read More

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Project Pink thanks ALH Group

Research into new and better ways to treat breast cancer has received a significant boost thanks to Australian Leisure and Hospitality (ALH) Group's support of PA Research Foundation's breast cancer campaign Project Pink. Read More

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Stellarossa goes pink

Stellarossa stores across Queensland turned pink in October as the café chain, its staff and customers, got behind PA Research Foundation's breast cancer campaign Project Pink. Read More

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ALH Project Pink campaign launches

130 ALH Group venues will turn pink in April and May as the hospitality group gets behind PA Research Foundation's breast cancer campaign Project Pink. Read More

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Aveo Group raise over $1 million for Project Pink

Aveo communities nationwide celebrated a huge milestone in their five years of supporting PA Research Foundation's Project Pink campaign recently – surpassing $1 million in funds raised. Read More

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Stephen's Ride for Research

Once a year Stephen Turner gets on his bike and rides dozens of kilometres for a good cause, PARF's breast cancer campaign Project Pink. Read More

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Signs of Breast Cancer with Emma

Though time and research have led to improved treatments and increased survival rates, breast cancer is still expected to be diagnosed in more than 20,000 Australians this year... Read More

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COVID-19 Has Not Stopped Research

​The COVID-19 pandemic has affected nearly every Australian and even put a stop to breast screening for almost two months Read More