Filming for a cure: the Natalie Murphy story

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  • March 19, 2012
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Filming for a cure: the Natalie Murphy story

Youtube VideoIn November Saatchi & Saatchi, the Breast Cancer Research Trust (BCRT) and Prodigy films met Natalie Murphy, 20 months after she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She was laid to rest in late December, one of the two New Zealand women who lose their battle against breast cancer every day, but in that time they created a very powerful—and very beautiful—film that tells her story and the story of the scientists working to find a cure by 2018. So watch the clip, check out the Facebook page, share it around and donate some cash to help them reach that goal. 

 

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  • Findlay Buchanan
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