Music for cancer research goes international

Dee Handyside has recently launched the song ‘Ten’ – a song written about her days at Burwash Primary School in England. With the help of the school, for every CD sold 1 pound will go to UK Cancer Research and 1 pound to cancer research here in Australia.

Dee recently did a LIVE Skype interview from her home in Australia with Burwash Primary School, England to launch the song. Dee loved answering questions from the children about her days at the school, music and what it was like to live in Australia!

This song is from Dee’s current album, ‘Genetic’, an inspiring collection of songs for cancer sufferers and their families, with 10% of the profits going to cancer research. Solace was found for Dee in her music throughout her battle with breast cancer and all of her songs deal with the emotions and realities of the journey through her life.

We are so excited about the launch of this new song and making connections with enthusiastic students in the UK. The Foundation is so thankful to Dee for all her outstanding support and commitment to cancer research.

Read more about Dee’s story.

Watch the clip for the new song ‘Ten’.

Read the media release about the launch of ‘Ten’.