breakfast with a man who saved a million lives….

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It is not everyday that you get a chance to have breakfast with a man who saved a million lives – but guess what, here is your big chance!

Profesor Ian Frazer is the man who saved a million lives, and alongside biographer Madonna King, the Cancer Council Queensland are hosting a breakfast to share his amazing story on Saturday 23 November 2013 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.  Tickets are $79 per guest, which includes a full breakfast and your own copy of Madonna King’s book: Ian Frazer: The man who saved a million lives.  Book your ticket here.

Ian Frazer: The man who saved a million lives is the extraordinary story of the Scottish-born Australian of the Year who made world headlines with one of the great medical discoveries of the century – the world’s first vaccine for cervical cancer. Written by award-winning journalist Madonna King, the biography tells of Frazer’s tireless struggle to fund his work, the herculean international legal battle waged against him, and the life-saving humanitarian effort he’s launched.

On a personal note, I am a huge fan of Madonna King – she is smart, she is kind and she has supported SO many of my crazy charity adventures dating back almost a decade.  Huge and heartfelt congratulations on your new book Madonna, I cant wait to read it!

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