pjur group supports McGrath Foundation in Australia

From 1st October 2016, pjur group Luxembourg S.A. (pronounced "pure") raises money for the McGrath Foundation, one of Australia’s most respected charities who raise funds for breast cancer support. pjur group Luxembourg S.A. donates $0.25 to the McGrath Foundation from the sale of every bottle of pjur med intimate personal lubricants sold during this period.

The McGrath Foundation raises money to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities right across Australia and to increase breast awareness in young people.

The McGrath Foundation is sincerely grateful to pjur group Luxembourg S.A. for their support,” said McGrath Foundation CEO, Petra Buchanan.

“Through corporate partnerships like this we’re able to continue to fund a vital service to communities across Australia through our 110 McGrath Breast Care Nurses, who have helped 47,000 families experiencing breast cancer to date,” continued Petra.

For more information please visit: www.mcgrathfoundation.com.au

pjur group Luxembourg S.A. is considered to be one of the leading manufacturers and distributors of Premium Sexual Health and Wellbeing products made in Germany. The pjur med lubricant range is especially targeted to women of all ages who experience vaginal dryness as a side effect of cancer treatments.

pjur group has been supporting organizations, groups and facilities that advise women during their breast cancer treatment for several years. These include Cancer Council Victoria/Breast Care Nurse Conference in 2013, Breast Cancer Care WA and the Pink Ribbon Breakfast in 2015. pjur med lubrication products help female patients all over the world, who suffer from vaginal dryness. One such example is of AbbVie AG (a global bio-pharmaceutical enterprise, formerly Abbott AG), who is recommending and distributing pjur product samples to Swiss medical practices and gynaecologists who forward them to their patients since 2010.

Furthermore, a silicone-based pjur personal lubricant was given to all participants of a study in Australia. Prof. M Hickey, of The Royal Women’s Hospital of Melbourne, conducted a randomized, double-blind, crossover trial comparing silicone-based versus water-based lubricant for sexual discomfort after breast cancer. Final report: pjur, the silicone-based lubricant, improved pain with sex significantly better than the water-based lubricant did.

pjur group Luxembourg S.A. is proudly supporting the McGrath Foundation to help further women experiencing breast cancer,” said Alexander Giebel, CEO and founder of pjur.

Together with our partner and through a wide network, pjur group installs various incentives to make this as successful as possible for the McGrath Foundation. With every bottle of pjur med intimate personal lubricants sold, we help to make a difference to the lives of Australian families experiencing breast cancer,” he continued.