EduEvening ~ Latest Science and Treatments in The Hereditary Cancer Space

Latest Science and Treatments in The Hereditary Cancer Space

Join us for an evening of education and engagement during a live online event where we provide you with the opportunity to hear directly from an expert on the topics that we know are important to you. 

At this EduEveningAssociate Professor, Heather Thorne OAM, National Manager of kConFab  Research Consortium will speak specifically about the latest science and treatments in the hereditary cancer spaceA/Prof Thorne will discuss what the current landscape looks like for those with a familial predisposition and will provide a glimpse into what we can expect in the future specifically in regard to tumour testing, immunotherapy and other new treatments. Following the presentation from A/Prof Thorne, we will open the floor to those registered online and provide the opportunity to have all your questions answered directly by A/Prof Thorne. 

Date: Tuesday 28th July 

Time: 8pm (AEST) 

Length: 45 minutes 

Price: Free, registration is required to ask questions 

Format: Online Webinar and Facebook Live Stream 

You will learn: 

  • What is new in tumour testing? 
  • Will we see an increase in targeted immunotherapy or other new treatments in the future? 
  • What insights does studying familial cancers provide? 
  • What advances can we expect to see in the hereditary cancer space? 

To register click HERE

Disclaimer: The information shared during a Pink Hope webinar or EduEvening is intended to inform, educate and empower our High-Risk community. Each webinar or EduEvening contains general health advice, and it is the responsibility of all individuals to discuss what is most appropriate for them with their healthcare team.