The fourth annual Melbourne “Put Your Foot Down” Walk will take place on Sunday 4 May 2014 and will once again start at Alexandra Gardens on the banks of the Yarra River. The new 5km route will follow the river paths and return along Southbank Promenade.
Abraxane is a chemotherapy drug that has been proven through Clinical Trial to extend the lives of Pancreatic Cancer patients. It is already on the PBS for Breast Cancer and has been rejected for Pancreatic Cancer patients, unless the Pharmaceutical company reduces the price below cost, which they can’t do.
Abraxane, a chemotherapy drug that has been clinically proven to extend life of Pancreatic Cancer patients has been rejected by the PBAC for PBS listing. It is listed on the PBS for metastatic Breast Cancer, but cruelly rejected for Pancreatic Cancer patients.
Sir James Mitchell Park was the beautiful setting for our first Put Your Foot Down Walk in Perth on 6 April 2014. The weather was perfect and we had a record walk attendance of 481 registering to take part.