The first ever A-T Clinic in Australia was held in Brisbane in March 2010

A fantastic day at the UQCCR in Brisbane. Attended by families from three states, Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Also in attendance was Vicky Darling MP member for Sandgate and Professor Murray Watt the Director of UQCCR. Dr Kate Sinclair is…Read More

Please support our Cause by purchasing a 2010 Calendar

BrAshA-T has had a beautiful 2010 Calendar printed to raise much needed funds for research for Ataxia-Telangiectasia. Calendars are $15.00+ P/H and can be ordered through our website www.brashat.org.au or by emailing [email protected] Every order will…Read More

BrAshA-T Gala Dinner 2009

If you haven't yet had a look at the photos you can go see at the link below. http://www.facebook.com/home.php?ref=home#/album.php?aid=88788&id=546353268 Everyone should be able to see them without being my friend so go for it :D

T-Shirt orders and BrAshA-T A-T Calendar

Hi to all our supporters, I have been receiving loads of enquiries about our T-Shirt listed on our cause page. It is a purple T-Shirt and has our logo with Ataxia-Telangiectasia on the front breast area and has one of two slogans on the back I Love Someone…Read More

BrAshA-T Fundraising Calendar

BrAshA-T is launching an 18 month A-T fundraising calendar (July 09 - Dec 2010) on the 20th June at the 2nd Annual BrAshA-T Gala Charity Dinner in Brisbane. Each month is going to feature a different young person from around Australia and a young man Rob…Read More

BrAshA-T Gala Charity Dinner June 20th 2009

BrAshA-T is hosting our 2nd Annual Gala Charity Dinner on June 20th 2009 at Kedron Wavell Services Club, Hamilton Road Chermside. Tickets are on sale now! $75.00 per head including 2 course meals, drinks and live entertainment. To book your ticket or table…Read More

What is Ataxia-Telangiectasia (A-T)?

Ataxia-Telangiectasia (A-T) is a rare degenerative disorder that first shows during early childhood. It is a complicated illness that affects a number of different parts of the body, particularly the brain and the immune system. A-T is a progressive disease,…Read More
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