The Mark Hughes Foundation is a charity raising funds to support research, raise awareness for brain cancer and support brain cancer patients.

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Leading clinician accepts first Fellowship for brain cancer research. Funded by the Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF), nationally renowned radiation oncologist Dr Mike Fay Media Release: MHF funded Brain Cancer Fellowship - 21st February 2017
Leading clinician accepts first Fellowship for brain cancer research. Funded by the Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF), nationally renowned radiation oncologist Dr Mike Fay
In an exciting and emotional initiative for 2017, Nine, in combination with the NRL and the Mark Hughes Foundation NRL Round 11 will be MHF Beanies for Brain Cancer Round - 21st February 2017
In an exciting and emotional initiative for 2017, Nine, in combination with the NRL and the Mark Hughes Foundation
The MHF team are extremely proud to announce the very first Brain Cancer Forum to be held here in the Hunter. Hunter Brain Cancer Forum - 18th January 2017
The MHF team are extremely proud to announce the very first Brain Cancer Forum to be held here in the Hunter.
Wow what an amazing year it has been for MHF. I cannot thank each and every one of you enough for the support you have given in helping us to raise awareness and funds into brain cancer research and patient support. Latest 'Heads Up' MHF Newsletter - Dec 2016 - 12th January 2017
Wow what an amazing year it has been for MHF. I cannot thank each and every one of you enough for the support you have given in helping us to raise awareness and funds into brain cancer research and patient support.
The Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) along with Jennings Print Group, are proud to release a 2017 Inspirational Newcastle calendar for sale for the second year. Media Release: 2017 MHF Inspirational Calendar for Christmas - 10th November 2016
The Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) along with Jennings Print Group, are proud to release a 2017 Inspirational Newcastle calendar for sale for the second year.
In 2017 MHF will partner with our good friends at the Newcastle Knights to bring you the Hughesy's Heroes Junior Membership. All Junior Members will be known as Hughesy's Heroes, with $5 from every non-ticketed Hughesy's Heroes Membership going to the MHF as a tax-deductible donation. Hughesy's Heroes - 4th November 2016
In 2017 MHF will partner with our good friends at the Newcastle Knights to bring you the Hughesy's Heroes Junior Membership. All Junior Members will be known as Hughesy's Heroes, with $5 from every non-ticketed Hughesy's Heroes Membership going to the MHF as a tax-deductible donation.
Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) is spreading its funding wings nation-wide with a new grant for Brain Cancer Biobanking Australia (BCBA) Media Release: Banking on National approach for brain cancer research register - 14th September 2016
Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF) is spreading its funding wings nation-wide with a new grant for Brain Cancer Biobanking Australia (BCBA)
MHF are very proud to have Mike on the MHF Scientific team. In a boost for international brain cancer research, a phase III clinical trial involving MHF Scientific Committee member Dr Mike Fay has significantly improved survival rates for elderly patients in Australia with glioblastoma (GBM). MHF Scientific Committee Member Mike Fay has been to ASCO in Chicago - 29th June 2016
MHF are very proud to have Mike on the MHF Scientific team. In a boost for international brain cancer research, a phase III clinical trial involving MHF Scientific Committee member Dr Mike Fay has significantly improved survival rates for elderly patients in Australia with glioblastoma (GBM).
Just one foot in front of the other. One revolution of the bike wheel before the next. One river crossing to conquer. One more ascent to scale.
Sun Herald article - Newcastle Knights legends trek Kokoda for MHF - 27th June 2016
Just one foot in front of the other. One revolution of the bike wheel before the next. One river crossing to conquer. One more ascent to scale.
The Newcastle Knights encourage Members and supporters to wear their beanie to the Club’s Round 14 match at Hunter Stadium to support the Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF). Media Release: Knights and MHF team up for ‘Beanie for Brain Cancer' - 6th June 2016
The Newcastle Knights encourage Members and supporters to wear their beanie to the Club’s Round 14 match at Hunter Stadium to support the Mark Hughes Foundation (MHF).


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