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A sponsorship championing women’s health

Medical & health articles 18 Apr 2019
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Jean Hailes for Women's Health is happy to announce a Major Sponsorship with Hologic including Women's Health Week in 2019.

A key event on the Australian health calendar, Women's Health Week celebrates improving the health of all women in Australia. Run by not-for-profit organisation Jean Hailes and held annually in the first week of September, the campaign aims to empower women of Australia to take the lead in nurturing health for themselves, and in turn, their families and their communities.

"We are pleased to have Hologic as a major sponsor," says David Lloyd, CEO, Jean Hailes for Women's Health. "Hologic is an innovator in women's health and, like Jean Hailes, they are dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of women in the community."

"We look forward to their support with Women's Health Week and other Jean Hailes projects, helping women understand the importance of maintaining good health," says Mr Lloyd.

Annie Arnett, Vice President and General Manager, Hologic Australia/New Zealand, said Hologic was proud to be a sponsor of Jean Hailes and associated with the wonderful work it does in the field of women's health.

"We're all working towards improving lives of women across Australia. Helping women become aware of preventative health measures as well as treatment choices is critical to inspire more conversations between women and their doctors. This can only result in better health outcomes and a healthier Australia."

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