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Families rally behind AMRF, giving hope to others after losing loved ones to brain cancers

A marathon effort in Aoraki Mount Cook National Park and a musical theatre gala evening raise funds for brain cancer research.


Read more now in the latest AMRF newsletter.

In this edition, we highlight the dedication of a group of families afflicted by the same devastation of losing loved ones to brain cancers. Their commitment to supporting research to prevent further suffering is shown in the achievements of physical challenges they set for themselves, as well as a night of songs and performances and the funds they raised in 2023.


We also showcase several researchers who are making strides in a variety of disciplines:

The cover of AMRF's newsletter

Our cover story is about the amazing hearing research being conducted by Dr Haruna Suzuki-Kerr and Prof Peter Thorne. Want to hear more? Register your interest for our webinar featuring these two excellent hearing researchers to be held on 21 February at 7 pm with a quick email to events@medicalresearch.org.nz.


Have your explored our web page to find out more about how you can contribute to medical research, like neuroscience, heart health, cancer, prenatal development and more? And don't forget, donations, large or small, are always welcome.


Click below to read and download the PDF newsletter

2024-02 AMRF Feb 2024 Newsletter
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