Vale Tom Long

We are deeply saddened to hear the news of Tom Long passing.  Tom was an inspiration to many.  He bravely shared his journey with multiple myeloma with the world, not because he wanted the attention

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Sharing the load

On Anzac Day 1935 a 20-pound bet was made between the local publican and the local mechanic that one could not push the other 88kms in a wheelbarrow from Beechworth to Mt Buffalo.  As ridiculous

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Partnering to make research a priority

Snowdome Foundation and Epworth are partnering to change the way cancer is treated. You may have seen the Channel 9 News segment featuring Nat Deague.  Nat discussed the importance of blood cancer research and her

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For those who suffer we ride

The FireFlies Antipodes are back in the saddle raising funds for Snowdome Foundation. The group will ride a gruelling 1000kms through New Zealand from Christchurch to Queenstown over 7 days. There are a lot of

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Feel Good with Festive Giving

No matter your beliefs, the end of the year is a time to reflect. A time to show gratitude for all the things in your life that make you smile. Walks on the beach, a

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Blood Sweat and Tears of Joy

It is not often you get the chance to hear from six of the brightest minds in blood cancer research, but to couple that with the raw emotion of hope two blood cancer patients have

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A New Hope for Myeloma

Multiple myeloma is a plasma cell neoplasm (abnormal growth of plasma cells) that still has no cure and carries with it substantial morbidity and mortality.  The first major advance in treatment was the introduction of

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