News & Events

08 Feb 2018

Hypnotism a hit at Public Education Day

At the end of last year, Breast Cancer Foundation NZ hosted a free public education day themed ‘From Research to Reality’. …Read more
04 Feb 2018

World Cancer Day: unfortunate words - or silence - add pain to breast cancer diagnosis

Breast Cancer Foundation NZ (BCFNZ) has released a video featuring funny ladies Urzila Carlson and Jackie Clarke acting out an awkward conversation between a newly-diagnosed breast cancer patient and her friend. …Read more
08 Dec 2017

New study vindicates controversial “12 months Herceptin” for breast cancer

A new study released overnight has finally settled the question of whether Kiwis with HER2-positive (HER2+) breast cancer should receive nine weeks or 12 months of the drug Herceptin. …Read more
30 Nov 2017

Breast Cancer Foundation garden a must-see

Breast Cancer Foundation NZ is the official charity of the NZ Flower & Garden Show - on this weekend! Pop in and be inspired. …Read more
20 Nov 2017

Help out at the NZ House & Garden Tours 2018

Volunteer spots are open for next year's highly anticipated NZ House & Garden Tours - get in quick! …Read more
20 Nov 2017

An appealing effort

Thank you to all those who played a part in the Pink Ribbon Street Appeal this year. …Read more
20 Nov 2017

Nation painted pink

Thank you for helping us make the Pink Star Walk 2017 a great success. …Read more
20 Nov 2017

A huge thank you to Farmers' customers & staff!

Farmers' customers and staff continue to raise even more funds to help New Zealanders affected by breast cancer. …Read more
20 Nov 2017

How many apples?

Pink Lady® Apples donated tonnes of their delicious apples to various breast cancer-related events around New Zealand. …Read more
20 Nov 2017

An impressive debut for AUSTAR Realty

Welcome to new gold ribbon partner, AUSTAR Realty. …Read more
20 Nov 2017

Sealybrity Designer Bed campaign delivers again!

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17 Nov 2017

Can Tai Chi help manage breast cancer treatment side effects?

Dr Lizhou Liu, prominent researcher at the University of Otago and recipient of our own Belinda Scott Fellowship, is exploring this idea through her study, ANITA. …Read more