Sometimes we all need a little support. It can come in the form of a walking stick to aid our aching knees, a shoulder to cry on when the world appears too much or that much needed boost we get from our first cup of coffee in the morning.
Today, you too can provide support by becoming a proud owner of a 2013 Australian Women's Health Diary from the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia. For just $10, your diary will be delivered nationwide as part of this Deal, and all proceeds from their sales go towards the support of vital breast cancer research.
Bursting with useful health information for women of all ages, The Australian Women's Health Diary makes a fantastic, beneficial gift. It contains information covering top health issues such as heart, breast, bone and pregnancy issues - you can't help but reap the rewards of all its useful advice, checklists and tips.
It has all the necessities of an everyday diary, plus a budget planner. The neat A5 size means it's easy to carry everywhere and take wherever you go. Wrapped in a stylish pink cover and with a bonus pink pen and a handy bookmark, the 2013 Australian Women's Health Diary is a must-have.
The Breast Cancer Institute of Australia supports research for the prevention, treatment and cure of breast cancer. The national clinical trials research program is committed to establishing more effective and well tolerated treatments which aim to save lives, protect quality of life, prevent breast cancer and lower the long-term risk of breast cancer returning.
The Breast Cancer Institute of Australia work with researchers throughout Australia and globally. This ensures that resources are pooled, duplication is avoided, knowledge is shared and progress is faster for the ultimate benefit of women with or at risk of breast cancer.
The Australian Women's Health Diary is an important fundraising initiative. Your support for this diary and the Breast Cancer Institute of Australia's research can help women everywhere, every day, to overcome this disease. It will also help work towards a future free of breast cancer for generations to come.
For more information, please visit www.bcia.org.au.
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