What we do

We are a nationally registered charity that raises awareness and provides strategic funding to disease research and improve animal welfare.

Raising awareness

Animal welfare

Laboratory research

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Past funding

ACNC Medical Research Institutes

Riding for the Disabled Richmond

All funding is dedicated to research activities, advocacy and administration.
Donations above $2 are tax deductible in Australia.

Info panel - external links

Alternative cancer therapies πŸ”—

What's out there, what might work and what probably doesn't from a cancer support society. Herbs, vitamins and relaxation can assist patients, but none of these alone or in excess are convincing cures for cancer

Environmental carcinogens πŸ”—

Thousands of causative cancer causes; the US NIH's list of most likely risk factors include smoking, asbestos, and wood dust

Potatoes and cancer πŸ”—

Frying or baking potatoes above 120 C also increases DNA-adduct binding acrylamide with cancer causing potential

Meat and cancer πŸ”—

Heating meat above 150 C form heterocyclic amines and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons that are broken down to cancerous DNA-adduct forming aromatic compounds

Pesticides in foods πŸ”—

Washing well with tap water and discarding outer layers of fruits and vegetables can minimise exposure to pesticides

Mobile phones and cancer πŸ”—

"Electromagnetic fields produced by mobile phones are classified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer as possibly carcinogenic to humans"

Sleep deprivation and dementia πŸ”—

Missing one night of sleep can cause a detectable increase in Alzheimer’s protein

Meditation πŸ”—

Positive physiological changes to mental and medical health

Approved cell & gene therapies πŸ”—

The latest emerging US FDA approved cell and genetic therapeutics

What is gene therapy πŸ”—

Basic info on a premise for correction of genetic disorders

Drug interactions checker πŸ”—

On multiple prescriptions?

Laboratory animals πŸ”—

"More than 100 million mice and rats are killed in U.S. laboratories every year." Is the information generated worth the price in animal welfare?

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