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Event Date: Sunday 14 May 2017

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PARKRUN AND MOTHER’S DAY CLASSIC GO HAND IN HAND

Posted by Mother's Day Classic on 20 February 2017

The Women in Super Mother’s Day Classic’s regional events are crucial to helping the MDC achieve the vast funds we raise each year for breast cancer research. They also embody everything that’s great about the MDC; they are run by volunteers, involve the entire community, and represent a group of people united by a common goal.

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MEET EMILY CHINN

Posted by Mother's Day Classic on 14 February 2017

Emily Chinn attended her first Women in Super Mother’s Day Classic in 2013. It was a chance for her and her mum to walk in memory of Emily’s grandmother, who died at just 52, another victim of breast cancer.

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MEET SHARON DUFF

Posted by Mother's Day Classic on 1 February 2017

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Alana Pirrone

MEET ALANA PIRRONE

Posted by Mother's Day Classic on 1 February 2017

In 1994 when Alana Pirrone was just eight-years-old she lost her mother to breast cancer. Four years later she started a family tradition that would span 20 years and three generations.

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MEET BREE MCCABE

Posted by Mother's Day Classic on 24 January 2017

When someone young loses a battle with breast cancer, the tentacles of grief often extend far and wide.

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MOTHER'S DAY CLASSIC BY THE NUMBERS

Posted by Mother's Day Classic on 24 January 2017

Australia’s largest and most successful breast cancer research fundraiser, the annual Women in Super Mother’s Day Classic (MDC), celebrates 20 years this year.

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MOTHER'S DAY CLASSIC 20 YEAR MILESTONES

Posted by Mother's Day Classic on 24 January 2017

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Today, Australia's largest Mother's Day event is aiming to raise $4 million for breast cancer research, in almost 100 locations around the nation

Posted by Mother's Day Classic on 8 May 2016

This morning 100,000 Australians are uniting across the nation at the Women in Super Mother’s Day Classic, raising funds for breast cancer research.

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Posted by Samantha Devlin on 20 April 2016 | 0 Comments

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New National Breast Cancer Research Foundation (NBCF) research funded by the Women in Super Mother's Day Classic seeks to understand the link between obesity and breast cancer.

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Nurses are the frontline of breast cancer care

Posted by Mother's Day Classic on 21 March 2016 | 0 Comments

Australian nurses have the opportunity to swap their scrubs for pink wigs and shirts at the Women in Super Mother's Day Classic, Australia's largest breast cancer fundraiser, on Sunday 8 May 2016.

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