Tag: Girls’ night in

Cervical cancer survivor opens up to help Queensland women

“Cancer was the last thing on my mind, but then I started bleeding irregularly.” Brisbane local Morgan Harris was young, fit and healthy when she was diagnosed with cervical cancer. Ms Harris said she first felt as though something wasn’t right in October 2013, and after visiting her GP she was referred to a gynaecologist.…

Cancer Council Queensland urges women to prioritise health to reduce burden of women’s cancers

Cancer Council Queensland has today revealed the latest snapshot of women’s cancers across the state to mark the start of Women’s Health Week (September 4-8). Every day in Queensland 12 women are diagnosed with a breast or gynaecological cancer and two die from the disease, with the latest research showing women living in certain geographic…

Mon and Jo get the girls together to beat women’s cancers

97.3FM and 4KQ Breakfast radio newsreaders Monique Dews and Jo Hayes have signed up as national ambassadors for Girls’ Night In, supporting the 1 in 6 Queensland women diagnosed with a women’s cancer in their lifetime. The radio newsreaders are calling on Queenslanders to get the girls together this October, raising funds and awareness for…

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