Beating breast cancer together

Established in 1995, the Sydney Breast Cancer Foundation is a non-profit, charity organisation which is 100% self-funded. We support breast cancer patients and their families from diagnosis, through treatment and during recovery.

The Foundation raises funds for the Breast Unit at Chris O'Brien Lifehouse.

2017 SBCF Rugby Long Lunch News

2017 SBCF Rugby Long Lunch

The 2017 Rugby Long Lunch was held at the Hilton Sydney on Friday 2nd June. Hosted by the hilarious Vince Sorrenti, guests enjoyed a relaxed lunch accompanied by fine wines. The ever popular car raffle was once again a highlight of the afternoon.

Emma Markezic: Columnist, comedian, breast cancer patient News

Emma Markezic: Columnist, comedian, breast cancer patient

I was 34, single and living alone when I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Or as the doctors terrifyingly called it, aggressive Grade 3 invasive ductal carcinoma.

A water buffalo on King and other cancer stories News

A water buffalo on King and other cancer stories

Catherine Gilmore shares her breast cancer story with the SBCF. 

“I think everything now is special, I’ve got no time to waste and I feel strong.”

It's never too early to start checking your breasts...

“It’s really about what your family go through…”

Lynne Crookes
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