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Where the Research Happens!

The Royal Adelaide Research Fund are always delighted to meet donors in person and be able to show them where some of the research they support takes place! On Thursday February 2nd 2017, we proudly toured 20 of our special donors through the Dame Roma Mitchell Cancer Research Laboratories read more

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Helping Researchers Fight Pancreatic Cancer

Shirley Dick knows all too well the silent killer that is pancreatic cancer, losing her husband Ian Dick to the disease at the age of 61. With the support of her sons, family and friends Shirley hosted a garage sale and sausage sizzle fundraiser on Saturday September 31st 2016, directing all funds to pancreatic cancer research based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. read more

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Decades of Service to the RAH Research Fund – Maureen’s story

Maureen Goodwin has been volunteering her time at the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) Research Fund for over 25 years. Now a Life Member and recently becoming a bequestor, Maureen considers herself fortunate to have seen first-hand the incredible impact medical research has had on so many lives. read more

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Lillies for Leukemia

The Lillies for Leukemia group have been a major supporter of the RAH Research Fund and we are so thankful for their ongoing support. read more

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Fulfilling her Daughter’s Wishes

When diagnosed with ovarian cancer 12 days prior to her 30th birthday Kylie Anne Jaensch was determined to fight the disease head on. By her side every step of the way was her loving mother Anne Russell, who is now fulfilling the wishes Kylie left behind to help others suffering from cancer in the future. read more

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Pancreatic Cancer Research Given a Boost by the Vietnamese Community

We are constantly amazed by the generosity of our community and the local Vietnamese community is no exception. Recently holding a fundraising dinner for research into pancreatic cancer, the group raised an incredible amount of $42,302 for two research projects coordinated by Associate Professor Nam Nguyen, Gastroenterologist at the RAH. read more

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Continuing a Family Tradition

For 25 years Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) Auxiliary Life Member Wendy Polkinghorne has been putting a smile on the faces of visitors to the RAH Auxiliary Kiosk. read more

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In Memory of Leeanne

Maxine Norton has high hopes for a world free of the heartbreak caused by cancer. At 90 years old, Maxine has been a supporter of the RAH Research Fund since 2007, making donations in memory of her much-loved eldest daughter, Leeanne. read more

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Jumping on the Bike for Cancer Research

The members of The Cancer Research Advocate Bikers (CRAB) are passionate about supporting the work of cancer researchers at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in their own unique way – jumping on their motorcycle! read more

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Become a Hospital Hero!

You can join an exceptional group of people who help make the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) the best place for you and your family to access the most advanced treatments and hospital care informed by world leading medical research. read more