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Charity

  • SCH – How You Can Help

    December 22nd, 2011

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      The Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation  is the principal fundraising body for the Hospital and is dedicated to working with the community to improve the quality of life for seriously ill children from NSW and beyond.   The Hospital needs your support to continue their lifesaving work. There are many enjoyable and rewarding ways that you
  • “Happy Feet” Screening For Sydney Children’s Hospital

    December 21st, 2011

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      Nicole has been a patron of the Sydney Children’s Hospital for 20 years and always makes a point of visiting the children when she is in Australia. In 2007 she held a special screening of her film The Golden Compass for those old enough to see it, and in 2006 she held a special
  • Sydney Children’s Hospital Randwick

    December 19th, 2011

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      Sydney Children’s Hospital, Randwick is one of Australia’s leading specialist medical centres for children. It is known as the Centre of Excellence in childhood cancer in Australia. Accordingly it treats children from Sydney, all over New South Wales, Australia and beyond. It’s expert medical staff in this field performed the first successful bone marrow
  • SWCC – How You Can Give

    December 16th, 2011

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      Contributions of many kinds – financial gifts, volunteering, and donations of blood and platelets – all play an important role in supporting the mission of the Stanford Women’s Cancer Center to provide patients with the best possible care by combining the finest medical skills with compassion and the pursuit of new scientific knowledge.  
  • An Inspirational Story With SWCC

    December 14th, 2011

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      2nd grade teacher and Breast Cancer survivor, Anita Laughlin talks about her experience and unique treatment, and how Stanford helped her beat the cancer and allowed for quick recovery.   What are some of your empowering stories of people you know who have beat cancer?