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ARO becomes Sweet Louise sponsor

Auckland Radiation Oncology (ARO) has entered into a new sponsorship arrangement with Sweet Louise for two years from 1 July 2019. 

The partnership was recently launched at an ARO breakfast meeting.  “We are excited to support Sweet Louise. When our patients walk out of ARO following treatment, it is great to know organisations like Sweet Louise are there; who continue to care for patients in ways we cannot,” said Denise Redwood, Radiation Therapy Services Manager. 

Philippa Reed, CEO Sweet Louise said, "We are delighted to have the support of ARO as our key 'Family Time' Sponsor and thrilled ARO also plan to participate in our Sweet October fundraising campaign."

In 2005, Scott Perkins established The Louise Perkins Foundation, named after his wife Louise, who passed away in 2004 after living for ten years with incurable (secondary) breast cancer. The Louise Perkins Foundation launched Sweet Louise in 2006 with the single minded vision of improving the quality of life for New Zealanders living with incurable breast cancer. 

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