McGrath Breast Care Nurses: Supporting Women with Cancer

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McGrath Breast Care Nurses: Supporting Women with Cancer

Breast cancer”¦those two words can be crippling for a lot of women and their families. It can also create a lot of questions and uncertainty about what lies ahead.

Thanks to the hundreds of McGrath Breast Care Nurses that the McGrath Foundation has provided around Australia, women don’t have to feel alone anymore and have access to ongoing counselling, information and support.

As part of the Bonds and McGrath Foundation Make A Point for Breast Cancer campaign Jody was lucky enough to meet with Gympie McGrath Breast Care Nurse Sharon Shelford, and we would like to share with you the amazing role of a McGrath Breast Care Nurse and how much of a difference they are making in the lives of women affected by a breast cancer diagnosis and their families.



If you or someone you know is affected by breast cancer and needs support, please visit the McGrath Foundation’s website to locate a McGrath Breast Care Nurse closest to you.

Breast cancer is painful, but you and your family do not have to go through it alone.

Want to help? Visit the McGrath Foundation’s website to make a very much needed donation

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Jody Allen

Jody is the founder and essence of Stay at Home Mum. An insatiable appetite for reading from a very young age had Jody harbouring dreams of being a pu...Read Moreblished author since primary school. That deep-seeded need to write found its way to the public eye in 2011 with the launch of SAHM. Fast forward 4 years and a few thousand articles Jody has fulfilled her dream of being published in print. With the 2014 launch of Once a Month Cooking and 2015's Live Well on Less, thanks to Penguin Random House, Jody shows no signs of slowing down. The master of true native content, Jody lives and experiences first hand every word of advertorial she pens. Mum to two magnificent boys and wife to her beloved Brendan; Jody's voice is a sure fire winner when you need to talk to Mums. Read Less

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