One of the things that Kris Ockwell sees most is fear, because in addition to being frightened at what an MRI scan may find, the machines themselves get a bad rap.
When his wife Margaret got cancer, Rory Dunlevy became a Cabrini Malvern volunteer. When she passed away after a heroic second battle with the disease he became a Cabrini supporter.
Marjorie Mitchell’s long relationship with Cabrini started before she was born – both her parents were treated at Cabrini and she has been coming to the hospital since it first opened its doors.
"We have seen first-hand Cabrini's compassionate and respectful approach and they are indeed one of the best hospitals in Melbourne, if not Australia, providing world-class medical care."
“He told me how much better he felt and how now that he knows he’s not going to die, how much better things are."
“I want my legacy to be a bit of pay forward and a little pay back. I want to make a difference but thank Cabrini in the future."