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Hi there!

 

We are at it again and this time we are heading to another beautiful part of the Australia to trek 135km to raise much needed funds for GI Cancer Research. We are trekking the Cape to Cape in WA to make a difference to patients with GI Cancer. 

 

We are undertaking this year's Gutsy Challenge and walking over 135km to raise awareness and much needed funds for gastro-intestinal clinical trials - a cause that is close to our heart and to which we are committed to seeing change.

 

Over 28,900 Australians are diagnosed with a GI cancer each year. We have made some substantial advances in the last 30 years, but there is still a long way to go as the death rate is still unacceptably high. Research in to vital new treatments is essential to improving treatment options and outcomes for these individuals.

 

Please support our efforts by making a secure online donation and by posting a message of support.

 

Donations made through this platform are secure and will be remitted directly through to the GI Cancer Institute and directed toward their Innovation Fund annual grant.

 

Thanks so much for your support! 

 

Alison & Trish 

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GI Cancer Institute (Australasian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group)

Gastro-Intestinal (GI) cancer is the most common form of cancer claiming a devastating 38 lives each day. At the GI Cancer Institute, our vision is to create a world free from GI cancers.
 
We put patients with GI cancer at the centre of our research, saving and improving lives by accelerating the pace of discoveries that lead to cures.
 
Our dedicated group of research and health professionals translate bold new ideas in to life-saving clinical trials that help those patients as quickly as possible.
 
It is thanks to the support of the community that we are able to fund vital clinical trial research and give hope to GI cancer patients.


  • Over 28,600  Australians are diagnosed with GI cancers each year.
  • GI cancers are cancers that affect the digestive system. This includes cancers of the stomach, oesophagus, gallbladder, liver, pancreas, stomach and bowel.

Together, we can help improve the treatment options for those with GI cancer. 

Thank you for your support. For more information, please visit www.gicancer.org.au or contact info@gicancer.org.au.

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