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Auckland [ change ] Partly cloudy Max 18° Min 10° Two fun events to raise Pink Ribbon awareness Southern PR, Fuseworks October 3, 2013, 11:34 am Two special local events are on the calendar for those who want to support this year's Pink Ribbon Day
THE federal government will spend $2.4 million over four years to improve the collection of data on cancer. Prime Minister Julia Gillard made the announced during a visit to Marsden State High School in Brisbane on Wednesday, where she attended an
Fiji Cancer Society, group leader Arieta Moceica said the members planned to host a big morning tea with kind donations from business houses...She expressed gratitude to stakeholders for caring for cancer victims.
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Five of them died and the other five are still unconscious, police said...According to police, the incident took place in Koyala village in Baran district, some 300 km from Jaipur. The dead included a five-year-old girl, a police officer said.
Bank of Baroda's Lautoka branch on Saturday to raise money for the Fiji Cancer Society in the Bushells Fiji's Biggest Morning Tea. Branch head Puspa Wati Singh said they were committed to helping the society fight cancer. She said she had been
Fiji Cancer Society's Biggest Morning Tea event in Nadi yesterday morning. The morning tea, held in conjunction with Prouds, Bushells and the Motibhai Group, was attended by about 120 people at the Motibhai head office at Nadi International Airport.
Bushells Fiji's Biggest Morning Tea' campaign ended, the Munro Leys law firm did their bit Thursday morning. Office manager, Sharon Raghwan said they wanted the Fiji Cancer Society to know that they hadn't forgotten about the initiative. It was the
Bushells Fiji's Biggest Morning Tea at the Fiji Women's Crisis Centre yesterday in its bid to assist the Fiji Cancer Society's war against cancer...It is also critical to have family and group support because it will encourage patients to be strong
Mark One Apparel in Nasinu during the company's Bushells Fiji's Biggest Morning Tea as part of their annual contribution to the Fiji Cancer Society's war against cancer. "Cancer is a horrible disease to get, so any support given by any company or