Gandel Philanthropy-Snowdome Innovation Fellowship

The Hon. Jill Hennessy MP, Minister for Health (VIC), officially announced the Gandel Philanthropy-Snowdome Foundation Innovation Fellowship today (Wednesday 24 August, 2016) at the world-renowned Walter & Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI). Research into new therapies

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$400,000 raised from 2015 ‘Great Shake-Up’

Our 2015 virtual ‘Great Shake-Up‘ event (the one that you don’t have to leave the office for) has raised $400,000 to assist Snowdome’s fight against blood cancers in Australia. There are not too many events that raise this

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Push to access new treatments

A recent news report has highlighted the importance of Snowdome’s work and reaffirms our mission to accelerate new treatments for Australians with blood cancers. As reported in Melbourne’s Herald Sun newspaper on 18 June 2015, Australians

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an update on recent accomplishments

We are proud to share that 215 Australian blood cancer patients have gained access to new, cutting-edge therapies since Snowdome formed in 2010. This year has been a record-breaking year in fund raising for Snowdome,

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a patient’s perspective – janet’s story

Janet has endured a multitude of harsh and debilitating treatments since learning she had Myelodysplastic Syndrome (a form of leukaemia) early in 2002. During this time she also endured a relapse, various chest and lung

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A sister’s perspective …..

How lucky are we in our lives when the word ‘cancer’ is just something we hear about in the media and talk about casually when we are discussing a friend or their family’s circumstance. We

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A daughter’s perspective …..

My dearest Mother Virginia: In September 2009, our dearest mother discovered two hot, red lumps on her leg and showed them to us. We took her to the local doctor thinking that it was nothing

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achievements & results

Since Snowdome began in 2010, we’ve been working hard to attain some significant achievements. With the generous help of our donors and supporters:- – 8 clinical trials have been opened with Snowdome support; – 375 Australian

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