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
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.
Port Lincoln information forum
You are invited to attend Breast Cancer Network Australia’s free event in Port Lincoln for people living with breast cancer and their supporters.
- Find out about local breast cancer services available to you and your family.
- Meet others who are living with and beyond breast cancer.
- Hear about treatment and care for early breast cancer.
Tuesday 4th July, 2017
Port Lincoln Hotel, 1 Lincoln Highway, Port Lincoln SA 5606
9.00 am registration and arrival refreshments. Forum from 9.30 am until 2.40 pm
Dr Sid Selva-Nayagam, Medical Oncologist
Jane Fletcher, Health Psychologist
Raelene Boyle, Olympian and breast cancer survivor
Living with metastatic breast cancer information forum
Breast Cancer Network Australia invites you to a three-hour information forum on living with metastatic breast cancer.
- Professor Fran Boyle, Medical oncologist
- Professor Fatima Cardoso, Champalimaud Clinical Center in Lisbon, Portugal
- David Blakey, Radiation oncologist
- Maria Pandeloglou, BCNA Consumer Advocate
Thursday July 27, 2017
Bayview Eden Melbourne, 6 Queens Road, Melbourne
Arrival supper and registration from 5:15 pm. Information forum from 5.45 pm–8.45 pm
- Onsite FREE car parking is located directly behind the hotel and can be accessed via Queens Lane (You can park in reserved spaces after 5 pm)
- Easy access to tram stops located on St Kilda Road and adjacent to Albert Park Golf Course
Think Pink Living Centre, located at 390 St Kilda Rd, is dedicated to providing free emotional, practical and physical support to women and men diagnosed with breast cancer, their families and carers. Think Pink will open its doors to attendees from 3 pm on July 27 if you would like to pop in prior to the BCNA forum.