Your generosity is critical for turning exciting cancer research breakthroughs into new treatments, which will give patients like Remi more precious time with people they love.
At seventeen years of age, Remi’s biggest troubles should have been passing exams, inviting her crush to the school dance, and getting her driver’s licence.
But instead, Remi was in the emergency room, anxious parents at her side, when the doctor told her “you have stage three Hodgkin Lymphoma”- an aggressive blood cancer.
Thankfully, because of people like you, Remi was able to benefit from years of investment into cancer research and could walk into her final year 12 exam in remission.
Unfortunately, this is not the case for so many other West Australians diagnosed with cancer. Together, we can take a big step towards a cancer free future.
The Daffodil Day Appeal is our opportunity to honour those patients and their loved ones, and to provide them with much-needed hope, by renewing our commitment to cancer research.
“Our goal as researchers is to create a cancer free future for the next generation and with continued support from people like you, we can make this a reality”- Dr Bree Foley.
You never know when someone you love might need life-saving treatment. By supporting cancer research today, you are giving hope to the 36 West Australians who will be diagnosed with cancer tomorrow, and the thousands of West Australians living with cancer today.