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It’s been a busy few weeks for me and One Piece of Advice. I was delighted to be asked to speak on a Cancer Council NSW webinar on supporting someone after treatment has finished. I jotted down some thoughts after the webinar too. You can read my blog post by clicking this link (which will also take you to a recorded version of the webinar): http://www.cancercouncil.com.au/blog/tips-from-a-cancer-survivor/
I was also thrilled to be a guest blogger for ‘Boob in a Box’. You can read my ‘Fertility Friday’ thoughts here: https://boobinabox.net/2016/08/12/fertility-friday-complicated/
Every May and June, Cancer Council runs its Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea campaign. This year, my friends and I raised more than $16k… but we want to raise more. So, until the end of June, I will donate 50% from One Piece of Advice sales to our fundraising total. Just type the code ABMT at checkout.
So there you go, morning tea can make a difference!
I had a fantastic time at the CNSA Winter Congress. I met so many wonderful nurses, including some very special breast care nurses.
Did you know I was a guest blogger for the Iced Tea Party this year?
If you didn’t follow my blog posts at icedteaparty.com.au then you can read them here.
Here’s an article I wrote for news.com.au on why I’m both angry and sad at this very shocking situation.
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Thank you to the the Prince of Wales Hospital Foundation for my stall at the hospital yesterday. I enjoyed meeting everyone who stopped by.
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I was delighted to meet with Minister Malcolm Turnbull this morning. His support for One Piece of Advice is very much appreciated!