Jane Doyle’s vital message for all women
Cancer affects nearly all of us – either personally, or through our loved ones, family and friends.
Flinders Foundation Patron, Channel 7 News Adelaide’s Jane Doyle, is no exception.
Our thanks to Jane for sharing her story with The Sunday Mail about her own cancer diagnosis, and that of her much-loved nephew Josh.
We’re thrilled to have Jane hosting the Pink Yellow Blue Ball on Saturday, October 20, raising funds for cancer research, prevention and care at the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer.
You can read the full story on Adelaide Now here
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