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Malabar Midwives 10 year Celebration
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Philanthropy and Science for Valentines Day
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month - Nurse Helen Conlon
Helen supports more than 90 metastatic breast cancer patients across the Randwick campus hospitals: The Royal Hospital for Women, Prince of Wales Hospital and Prince of Wales Private Hospital. She is one of eight metastastic breast care nurses in Australia, and was prompted to take on the role after working in palliative care.
“I found it so rewarding dealing with the whole person, including their families. This service does make a difference to a woman’s quality of life regardless of how long they have to live,” she says.
Like most of her patients, Helen has seen Annette at her very worst. She has blurted out things to Helen that she hasn’t to some of her closest friends, such as “Why is this happening to me?” and “Am I going to survive?”