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THAT MERRY MAGIC: SURVIVING CANCER WITH A SMILE

From one-liners with her chemo team to dinnertime jokes with her grandchildren, Merry Bentley from Sydney has spent eight years battling endometrial cancer the only way she knows how – with fierce determination and her trademark positivity. 

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HONOURING A LIFE OF ADVENTURE

The artists in the Honour Her online auction take their inspiration from many different people and places. For renowned artist Jason Roberts, people and place combine in a special work inspired by his beloved aunt Gabrielle.

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FINDING THE ANSWER FOR OVARIAN CANCER

Oncologist and cancer researcher Professor Kelly Anne Phillips has been trying to “answer the unanswered” for more than 25 years in pursuit of better health outcomes for women.

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United against uterine cancer

Associate Professor Yoland Antill is a medical oncologist from Melbourne who’s worked in cancer research for many years. Now, she’s drawing on her vast experience to lead a group of researchers, doctors and patient advocates trying to improve outcomes for women with uterine cancer – and says it’s more important than ever to get behind their life-saving work.

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DOUBLE WHAMMY: TWINS DEFY CERVICAL CANCER ODDS

A local waterway wasn’t the only inspiration behind Annie Palmer’s painting Bushland Creek, which raised funds for cancer research. It reflects a personal journey, after her daughter Aleesa was diagnosed with cervical cancer.

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IMPROVING CANCER TREATMENT, ONE STEP AT A TIME

Chemotherapy saves lives, but it can have many unwanted side effects that impact on a patient’s physical and mental health. Professor Sandi Hayes is determined to find a way to improve survival rates for ovarian cancer while also enhancing quality of life for women undergoing treatment.

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HONOUR HER'S INAUGURAL ONLINE AUCTION LAUNCHES

Honour Her has been raising funds throughout September for ANZGOG’s gynaecological cancer research by showcasing the work of emerging artists in a virtual gallery.

In addition to this, an online auction that features artwork from renowned Australian artists, has launched as of Friday, 17 September.

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How you can Honour Her

There are three ways to Honour Her and fund pioneering discoveries in gynaecological cancer this September.

Online auction

Bid on a unique work of art by a renowned or leading artist, inspired by the themes of Honour Her – 50% of the proceeds from every piece will go to urgently-needed gynaecological cancer research.

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Virtual gallery

Purchase an artwork from our virtual gallery created by leading and community artists. For just $150, you’ll be securing a beautiful piece of art while supporting a great cause, with 100% of the proceeds going to Honour Her.

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Donate

Make a kind donation to Honour Her and you’ll be directly contributing to pioneering research that will enable thousands of women to live better, longer lives.

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