Adam Harvey Back on Track for GI Cancer Research

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ABC journalist Adam Harvey’s training for the GI Cancer Institute’s Larapinta trek was going well until he was shot on assignment in the Philippines. It was a pretty good excuse for failing to keep up with his training schedule.  Adam is pictured above training with his son as his 7kg+ backpack … Read More

It’s my birthday – helping support GI Cancer Research!

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Finding a way to fundraise for many can feel like a difficult task, however increasingly individuals are choosing to support us by setting up ‘In Celebration’ fundraising pages – asking for friends and family to donate to the GI Cancer Institute in lieu of gifts or presents. Marcus Dawe is one such … Read More

Improving cancer care through clinical trials

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An INVITATION from the Western Australian Clinical Oncology Group If you live in, or close to Perth, please join this not to be missed event providing a spotlight on pancreatic, oesophageal and stomach cancers: Improving cancer care through clinical trials Who : Professor Eva Segelov, GI Cancer Institute Board member … Read More

Katrina gets Gutsy in honour of her best friend

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Katrina has decided to get Gutsy for GI Cancer Research after losing her best friend Marty Browne to stomach cancer. He was only 47. Instead of Dry July she has set herself the goal of swimming 47kms this month to raise $4700 for GI Cancer Research, a kilometer for each … Read More

Penola Bowling Club gets behind GI Cancer

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The Penola Bowling Club recently held their 3rd Annual fundraising day for GI Cancer Research. Rick Mitchell, an active member at the club, lost his wife Judy to GI Cancer in October 2013 at age 58. He wrote to us recently explaining that before her diagnosis ‘Judy was full of … Read More