Our Stories

news-image

Research Saved a Young Mum’s Life

It was a pain in her right breast, like that of a torn muscle, which led young mother Kate Shields to a breast cancer diagnosis that she never saw coming. In January last year the 38-year-old mother was diagnosed with aggressive hormonal breast cancer. read more

news-image

A Stroke of Luck

Avid Adelaide Crows supporters for 20 years, loving couple of 49 years Dawn and Robert Cunningham were travelling from their hometown in Port Pirie to Adelaide for the preliminary final between the Adelaide Crows and Geelong when the unthinkable happened – Robert suffered a stroke. read more

news-image

A Father’s Fierce Determination to Beat Eczema

At the young age of four months, Robert Kenrick’s daughter Martha was diagnosed with eczema. For Robert, this meant rubbing his daughter’s back for almost an hour at night to help her get to sleep because her skin was so itchy. It meant seeing her fall behind in school as she wasn’t getting the amount of sleep a young child needs. read more

news-image

Living in Hope for a Better Life

Tim Lamming’s life was turned upside down after he was diagnosed with MINOCA. He’s been experiencing severe daily chest pain ever since, but lives in hope that Professor John Beltrame will bring an end to his pain with his world-first life-changing research supported by THRF. read more