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The 2019 Australian Women’s Health Diary goes on sale nationally from 1 October 2018, coinciding with Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Breast cancer doesn’t discriminate. One in eight women in Australia will be diagnosed by the age of 85, and this year it is expected to be the leading cause of death from cancer in women aged 25-49. Every day 50 women are diagnosed and seven lose their life to breast cancer. This needs to change, and you can help with one simple purchase – the 2019 Australian Women’s Health Diary.
Over the past 20 years, this unique diary has raised $14.3 million with every cent going to breast cancer trials research to save and improve the lives of people with breast cancer.
Priced at just $18.95 this affordable diary costs just 5 cents a day and is a fantastic resource of reliable health and well-being information for women of all ages. Topics include diet, exercise, finance, skin care, heart, breast and mind health. Presented in a convenient A5 size, it has a beautiful hard cover, spiral binding, ribbon bookmark and all of the essential diary features including a bonus health checklist, budget planner, weekly motivational health tips and seasonal meal planners to inspire users. This Diary truly is for every woman.
Every little bit helps so please purchase the diary for yourself, family, friends and colleagues and staff and give the gift of life this Christmas.
The Australian Women’s Health Diary does more than help organise our lives everyday – it’s packed with health issues important to every woman – like breast, heart, family, financial and mental health, along with diet, exercise, skincare, menu planners and lots more.
The diary’s unique features include:
The 2019 Australian Women’s Health Diary is available from 13 September nationally from:
Breast Cancer Trials is an independent group of world-leading breast cancer researchers based in Australia and New Zealand committed to finding better treatments and prevention for people affected by breast cancer through clinical trials research. Results from clinical trials save lives in the future, and women who take part in the trials today can also benefit from access to tomorrow’s new treatment today.
Breast Cancer Trials has helped prove treatments like Tamoxifen and Herceptin, which are today saving thousands of lives. More breast cancer clinical trials are urgently needed to identify new targeted treatments to ensure every person gets the treatment they need to survive breast cancer.