[pdNAME], your donation will help people like Martine

[pdNAME], our Cancer Survivorship Centre needs your support

A sanctuary for people like Martine

The Cancer Survivorship Centre is important for recovery and support for people impacted by cancer. Our goal is to optimise the health and wellbeing of people living with and beyond cancer.

The Centre opened at Prince of Wales Hospital in 2019 and provides practical and emotional support to people affected by cancer in a calm and welcoming setting. It focuses on:

  • Recovery
  • Monitoring to prevent recurrences
  • Fertility support
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Practical help such as rebuilding finances and returning to work

[pdNAME], please give to our Cancer Survivorship Centre – It’s a sanctuary for people like Martine, who are living with cancer.

Click to watch Martine’s breast cancer journey

We’re committed to improving patient care today and in the future

But we need your help

At the age of 29 Martine was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma - a type of breast cancer.
Martine’s journey has involved a mastectomy and lymphadenectomy, chemotherapy, radiation and a medically 5-year induced menopause.
Martine also had to preserve her eggs, in the hope of having a family one day with her fiancé, Sean.
Martine’s fight isn’t over as cancer and treatments have left her with mental, psychological and physical scars.
The Cancer Survivorship Program at the POWH is helping Martine to rebuild her life.
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