GENEROUS DONATION: Megan Cairney (The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia), Di Robinson (Malouf Pharmacies General Pharmacy Buyer), Ian and Richard Malouf (Owners of Malouf Pharmacies)
GENEROUS DONATION: Megan Cairney (The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia), Di Robinson (Malouf Pharmacies General Pharmacy Buyer), Ian and Richard Malouf (Owners of Malouf Pharmacies) Contributed.

Malouf raises $5000 to Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia

MALOUF Pharmacies is proud to support the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) in its endeavour to generate awareness and reduce the impact of prostate cancer on Australian men and their families.

The pharmacy group recently ran an in store promotion across their 17 Queensland stores, whereby 10 cents from the sale of a selected range of Chemists' Own products were donated to PCFA.

The donation of $5,000 will be allocated to the Specialist Nursing Service; a contribution that is vital for the essential work that these specialist nurses undertake to support men in their hour of need.

PCFA's national prostate cancer nurse program focuses on providing nurses, in both metropolitan and regional Australia, who can offer clinical and supportive care to men with prostate cancer.

"This donation from Malouf Pharmacies, with the support of their loyal customers, means the world to the men and their families we support every day,” says Ms Megan Cairney, PCFA Queensland State Manager.

"Having a specialist nurse to help answer questions and abate fears can mean the difference between a man and his family coping with a prostate cancer diagnosis or finding it incredibility difficult and overwhelming.”

To find out more and to show your support for PCFA, visit www.pcfa.org.au.



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