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Information forums

 

The forum was unbelievably helpful and I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it. The information and support was great, and made me realise I am not alone. - Kate 

Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) presents free information forums across Australia for people living with breast cancer and their
supporters.

See more information on upcoming forums and themes below. 

Regional and rural forums for women, men and their families affected by breast cancer are made possible thanks to the support of the Australian Government.

Upcoming Forums

 

Sydney Information Forum

DATE Thursday, 3 May
TIME Registration and refreshments from 9.00 am. Forum starts at 9:45 am 3:00 pm. 
VENUE Wesley Conference Centre, 220 Pitt St, Sydney

 

We hope you will join us to:

  • Hear from breast cancer experts about the latest treatment and care
  • Learn about ways to improve your emotional and physical wellbeing
  • Find out about local breast cancer services and supports available for you and your family
  • Meet others who are living with breast cancer

There will be two forums running at the same time, one for people with early breast cancer and one for people living with metastatic breast cancer.

Speakers:

Early breast cancer session:

  • Dr Ben Forster, Medical Oncologist
  • Prof Jane Turner, Psychiatrist

Metastatic breast cancer session:

  • Prof Fran Boyle, Medical Oncologist
  • Prof Jane Turner, Psychiatrist

A light lunch will be served. You are welcome to bring along your partner, family member or friend. Please include the name of your partner/family member/friend when you register.

Limited parking is available so we recommend you take public transport if possible.

Register now

 

Ringwood Information Session

DATE Thursday 10 May 2018
TIME Registration and refreshments from 5.15pm. The forum starts at 6.00pm and finishes at 8.00pm
VENUE Karralyka Centre, Mines Road, Ringwood

We hope you will join us for:

  • hear Information and practical tips to help you live well after a breast cancer diagnosis
  • learn about ways to improve relationships and sexual wellbeing
  • learn strategies for living well with a focus on health and exercise
  • meet others who are living with breast cancer

You are welcome to bring along your partner, family member or friend.

Parking is available in the main car park off Mines Road at no cost.

Register now