Help terry sock it to cancer!

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Terry needs your support

In January 2020, Terry Greaves was diagnosed with metastatic melanoma and given just six weeks to live.

But with life-saving treatment including immunotherapy at the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre, Terry's life expectancy has increased to up to five years.

As a way of giving back, Terry, a former Ovens & Murray league star, is urging football and netball clubs throughout the Albury-Wodonga region to take part in Terry Socks it to Cancer, and wear bright pink or yellow socks in support of the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund.

He is also asking people to buy a pair of the colourful Terry Socks it to Cancer socks, or to make a donation in support of this worthy cause.

As Terry knows all too well, being able to access cancer treatment and support within the region is so important. This is just one way you can support these services into the future.

How your donation helps

New equipment

New specialised medical equipment for local health services to better detect and treat cancer.

Staff training

Training and development for staff to ensure our patients are getting the best care possible.

Research

Giving patients access to world-class clinical trials without the need to travel to Melbourne or Sydney.

Wellness Centre

Supporting the physical, psychological and emotional needs of patients and their families.

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Phone:  (02) 6064 1538
Email:    events@awcancertrust.org.au