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    Tennis star raising awareness of bowel cancer - 10th March 2014

    Andrew Florent, a former Davis Cup tennis star, has bowel cancer and wishes he had not ignored the symptoms. By the time he was diagnosed with bowel cancer he had secondary cancer of the liver. At the young age of 42, he was told he had between four and eighteen months to live.

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    A new life begins for medical evacuation PNG patient - 1st February 2014

    Kingsford Guri (27) of PNG has had life-changing corrective surgery, thanks to Cabrini and Children First Foundation.

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    Visiting Professorship naming honour - 30th November 2013

    The Cabrini Monash Department of Surgery is pleased to announce the inauguration of the ‘Adrian Polglase Visiting Professorship’.

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    Fitting Floral Tribute - 1st March 2012

    Each day for three months, thousands of Melbourne commuters were treated to an arresting floral display – and an important message “let’s beat bowel cancer”.

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    CSSANZ Media Award win! - 13th November 2009

    Let’s Beat Bowel Cancer Ambassador Dr Sally Cockburn was awarded the accolade following an episode on bowel cancer on her regular radio program “Talking Health” (Melbourne Radio 3AW).

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