This fascinating photo taken on an electron microscope shows breast cancer cells (blue) that have been treated with a cancer drug that is carried into the breast cancer cells by nanocarriers (teeny, tiny dug carriers!). This is causing some of the cells to die (coloured purple) through a process known as programmed cell death, or apoptosis.  Wellcome Image Awards | Breast cancer treatment

This fascinating photo taken on an electron microscope shows breast cancer cells (blue) that have been treated with a cancer drug that is carried into the breast cancer cells by nanocarriers (teeny, tiny dug carriers!). This is causing some of the cells to die (coloured purple) through a process known as programmed cell death, or apoptosis. Wellcome Image Awards | Breast cancer treatment

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In 2014, The National Breast Cancer Foundation funded 31 new Australian research projects.

In 2014, The National Breast Cancer Foundation funded 31 new Australian research projects.

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What breast cancer can look like. Worldwide Breast Cancer - Let's fight breast cancer, starting with you

What breast cancer can look like. Worldwide Breast Cancer - Let's fight breast cancer, starting with you

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National Breast Cancer Foundation Australia: Marketing communications; poster design, corporate newsletter design, graphic design | We Create Brands

National Breast Cancer Foundation Australia: Marketing communications; poster design, corporate newsletter design, graphic design | We Create Brands

Research

Research

Check out the amazing research for a cure being funded by the National Breast Cancer Foundation!

Check out the amazing research for a cure being funded by the National Breast Cancer Foundation!

See what NBCF has achieved in the last 20 years!

See what NBCF has achieved in the last 20 years!

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