Publish Date: 
Saturday, October 8, 2016 - 15:00

Toowoomba Chronicle "City digs deep and raises $51,000 for breast cancer"

TRI based QUT researcher Dr Elouise Dray talked to The Chronicle this week after attending the MJH Advisory Colour of Change lunch to show thanks for their continued support of breast cancer research.

The Toowoomba Chronicle Article

BREAST cancer is a disease that touches a lot of people - not only women, but their families too.

And without the support from community functions like the MJH Advisory Colour of Change Breast Cancer Lunch, held today for the sixth year in a row at Fitzy's, Dr Eloise Dray can't do her job.

She's been researching breast cancer for the last 10 years and has spent the last four years at the Queensland University of Technology.

> Click here for the full article & Video Interview on the Toowoomba Chronicle website

COLOUR OF CHANGE: Dr Eloise Dray (left) and Anita Armanasco celebrate a successful event, the Colour of Change lunch, an annual fundraising lunch held for the 6th time on Wednesday 5 October. Nev Madsen