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An annual event since it's inception in 2001 where Motorcyclists have raised over 1 Million Dollars and a lot of awareness for Breast Cancer!


This year we are celebrating the 19th Anniversary of the Sydney Pink Ribbon Motorcycle Ride!!

Join us on Sunday the 20th of October at The Ettamogah Hotel in Kellyville raising funds for Westmead Breast Cancer Institute in the fight against Breast Cancer!

Westmead Breast Cancer Institute (BCI) supports our breast cancer patients by supplying free of charge patient information fact sheets (28 currently available). However, in Western Sydney a high proportion of residents speak a language other than English, the most common being Arabic, Cantonese and Mandarin.

 

 

This year, funds raised during the Sydney Pink Ribbon Ride will go towards the Tomosynthesis enabled Biopsy upgrade.

 

Tomosynthesis is an imaging or X-ray technique that can be used to screen for early signs of breast cancer in women with no symptoms. This type of imaging can also be used as a diagnostic tool for women that are having breast cancer symptoms.

Tomosynthesis is an advanced type of mammography that we are presently using at BCI in many women.

 

The use of groundbreaking Hologic 3D imaging technology to perform breast biopsies offers these key advantages:

  • Allows you to easily target breast lesions
  • Streamlines procedure steps and speeds targeting, resulting in improved workflow and shorter patient procedure time
  • Highly accurate technology which saves from women unnecessary surgery when lesions are proven to be benign and provides accurate targeting and biopsy of breast cancers so treatment can be planned with confidence

 

 

Westmead Breast Cancer Institute

Everyday, over 35 Australian women are diagnosed with breast cancer and breast cancer affects more than 13,000 women in Australia every year.
Westmead Breast Cancer Institute is committed to delivering the best possible information, advice, treatment and care to patients with breast cancer.
BreastScreen NSW Sydney West-reducing the number of deaths from breast cancer through vital early detection mammograms
Clinical Care-with Breast Cancer medical and clinical specialists, providing multidisciplinary care to breast cancer patients
Research-focusing on best-practice risk assessment, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and survivorship
Education-providing valuable information to patients with breast cancer, their families the community, and health professionals.

3 heroes fundraising today.


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