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Australian young women’s breast cancer charity, So Brave, launched late last month. The charity specialises in empowering, supporting and educating women under 40 to be breast aware. As part of the official launch, So Brave founder, CEO and breast cancer survivor Rachelle Panitz (aged 36) unveiled the charity’s 2018 So Brave calendar. It features young breast cancer survivor models in full body paint, shot on location in Mackay, Casuarina, Bellingen, Albury, Colac, Phillip Island, Warrnambool, Nullawarre, Alice Springs, Port Lincoln and Coffin Bay. Net proceeds raised from the sale of the calendar will go to the McGrath Foundation and So Brave’s investment in breast cancer research. More than $70,000 was distributed from the sales of So Brave’s first calendar in 2016 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation and the Centre for Personalised Nanomedicine.

Visit www.sobrave.com.au

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