FREE INFORMATION FORUM FOR WOMEN LIVING WITH BREAST CANCER

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FREE INFORMATION FORUM FOR WOMEN LIVING WITH BREAST CANCER

Postby BCNA » Fri Nov 07, 2014 11:47 am

FREE INFORMATION FORUM FOR WOMEN LIVING WITH BEAST CANCER - CANBERRA

Women from Canberra and southern New South Wales are invited to attend Breast Cancer Network Australia’s (BCNA) free Information Forum for Women with Early and Secondary Breast Cancer in Canberra on Thursday 27 November 2014.

Designed especially for women, men and families affected by breast cancer, the forum will highlight the medical, physical and emotional aspects of living well after a breast cancer diagnosis.

Around 150 women, and their partners and supporters, from Canberra and along the southern New South Wales coast are expected to attend the forum, which will include an additional information session tailored to women with secondary breast cancer.

The program will feature the latest information and advice from breast cancer and health experts, inspiration from Olympian and breast cancer survivor Raelene Boyle and opportunities to meet others going through a similar experience.

What:
Information for women with early and secondary breast cancer – A FREE FORUM

When:
Thursday 27 November 2014
Registrations open from 9.00 am
9:30 am - 2:00 pm - information session for women with early and secondary breast cancer
2:00pm - 3:00 pm - additional information session for women with secondary breast cancer
(Refreshments and light lunch will be provided)

Where:
National Museum of Australia
Lawson Crescent, Acton Peninsula
Canberra, ACT 2601

Speakers:
Assoc. Prof. Nicholas Wilcken, Medical Oncologist
Dr Carrie Lethborg, Cancer Social Worker
Raelene Boyle, AM MBE, Olympian and breast cancer survivor
Maxine Morand, BCNA CEO and breast cancer survivor

Registration: Places are limited so register early to avoid disappointment. Friends and family are welcome. Register online now at http://www.bcna.org.au or call 1800 500 258

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