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Think Pink Power Breast Cancer Ride Arrives in Melbourne

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Think Pink Foundation

Martin Howley, a fifty-year-old Irishman who lost his mother and sweetheart to Breast Cancer, arrived in Melbourne this morning after riding from Sydney as part of a 4,343 kilometre fundraising ride in support of the Think Pink Foundation. Martin will start riding the 763 kilometres to Adelaide on Saturday morning.

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Pink Power Pedals Passion to Make a Difference

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Think Pink Foundation

A 4,343 kilometre fundraising ride in support of the Think Pink Foundation.
   

Think Pink Living Centre Faces Increasing Demand for Free Breast Cancer Services - 81% increase in 2016

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Think Pink Foundation

A free service for Victorian women and men dealing with the emotional and physical challenges of breast cancer says it is facing greater demand for its services including provision of free wigs and a comprehensive range of practical wellness programs.

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