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    Let’s Beat Bowel Cancer Golf Classic - 13th December 2021

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    One Panino At A Time - A Guide to the Best Paninotecas in Melbourne. - 10th November 2021

    "Just a small Italian girl trying to make it in this big panino world."

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    Cabrini Researcher receives Honourable Mention in the 2020 Monash Partners Comprehensive Cancer Consortium Award for Outstanding Cancer Research - 21st October 2020

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    Let’s Beat Bowel Cancer Ride for Research Success! - 7th February 2020

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    Former AFL great Andrew McKay to ride for bowel cancer research - 28th January 2020

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    Cabrini Research Week presents ground-breaking research on colorectal cancers - 1st November 2019

    Cabrini Research Week, 7-11 October 2019, showcased the latest and best research from across the Cabrini Institute, including presentations from local and international guest speakers.

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    2019 Annual Golf Classic - 15th October 2019

    Exceptional day and result for this year's Annual Golf Classic. A great day was had by all and a we managed to raise over $90,000 to go towards bowel cancer research.

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    RACS 88TH ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS - 6th May 2019

    Recently, our research conducted within the Cabrini Monash University Department of Surgery, headed by A/Prof Paul McMurrick, was showcased at the 2019 Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) Annual Scientific Congress (ASC), held in Bangkok, Thailand (6-10th May).

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    Simon Holloway's Marathon Des Sable - Run for bowel cancer. - 5th April 2019

    The Marathon des Sables is the stuff of legends. It is The Toughest Footrace on Earth (Discovery Channel). Marathon Des Sable is a truly gruelling multi-stage adventure through a mythical landscape in one of the world’s most inhospitable environments – the Sahara desert. Simon will have to be self-sufficient and carry his own food and equipment for the week on his back.

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    $3 Million in Federal Government Funding - 29th March 2019

    $6 Millon dollars of federal government funds to be committed to Malvern’s new cancer centre at Cabrini Health.

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