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Save the Box gets people talking about gynae cancer 2017-11-07T22:08:59+00:00

Save the Box is a campaign to raise awareness and funds for ANZGOG’s gynaecological cancer research. In its second year the campaign achieved a potential reach of more than 150 million people through public, news, and social media. Save the Box gets people talking!

Here is what Save the Box 2018 got people talking about:

DATE ARTICLE PUBLISHER
30/10/2017 Women in drinks raises more than $30,000 for ANZGOG Drinks Bulletin
29/10/2017 Save the Box campaigns for gynaecological cancer research Daily Mail Online, UK
29/10/2017 Save the Box campaigns for gynaecological cancer research Daily Mail Online, UK
27/10/2017 Public Relations Institute of Australia announces State Award Winners PRIA Newsroom
17/10/2017 Tassie to hold Save the Box Gala fundraiser Drinks Bulletin
10/10/2017 Golden targets shortlist revealed with Red Agency scoring most nominations Mumbrella
29/09/2017 ‘I fear I won’t see my girls grow up’: Mother-of-two, 40, whose ‘tiredness and headaches’ were a sign of aggressive ovarian cancer reveals h… Daily Mail Online, Australia
29/09/2017 What you need to know about gynaecological cancer MSN Australia
MSN New Zealand
28/09/2017 5 things every woman needs to know about gynaecological cancer Now to Love
27/09/2017 A 39-year old mother talks about what it’s like to have ovarian cancer Now to Love
26/09/2017 Real life story: “What it’s like to have ovarian cancer” Now to Love
15/09/2017 The week’s top stories for women in drinks Drinks Bulletin
15/09/2017 Women in drinks celebrates at the 2017 Australian drinks Awards Drinks Central
Drinks Bulletin
13/09/2017 Why we desperately need more focus on gynaecological cancers Doctor Portal
12/09/2017 ‘To have your body let you down…it was a shock.’: Former Olympian Jana Pittman on the cancer scare that threatened her chances of falling … Daily Mail, UK
12/09/2017 Jana Pittman was ready for IVF when she was diagnosed with a condition that threatened her chances of falling pregnant. MSN Australia
MSN New Zealand
11/09/2017 Jana Pittman was ready for IVF when she was diagnosed with a condition that threatened her chances of falling pregnant. MamaM!a
11/09/2017 Julijana Trifunovic Save The Box Interview Girl.com.au
11/09/2017 Death by embarrassment – it shouldn’t happen to women, but it does Sydney Morning Herald
The Age
Brisbane Times
Canberra Times Lifestyle
WA Today
Stuff.co.nz
8/09/2017 WID raises more than $10,000 for ‘Save the Box’ at 2017 AdAs Drinks Bulletin
Drinks Central
8/09/2017 Top 10 moments from 2017 Australian drinks Awards Drinks Central
Drinks Bulletin
8/09/2017 7 Things You Can Do To Reduce Your Risk Of Gynaecological Cancer Women’s Health
7/09/2017 REAL LIFE: ‘When my wife died of ovarian cancer…’ Now to Love
6/09/2017 How Jana Pittman’s cancer scare changed everything The Daily Edition, Channel 7
6/09/2017 The catwalks of life with Charlie Brown The Morning Show, Channel 7
4/09/2017 Gynaecological Cancer: Why We Need To Talk About it Huffington Post
1/09/2017 Jana Pittman wants you to save the box 96.5 Wave FM
17/08/2017 24-year old Kristen Larsen shares her experiences with ovarian cancer Cosmopolitan
26/07/2017 “I took the #Savethebox Moneybox challenge – and this is what happened” Body + Soul