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Information & Support Days

Pink Hope’s Information and Support Days are for those at increased risk of breast and ovarian cancer either due to a gene mutation such as BRCA or family health history. Families and support people are very welcome.

Pink Hope’s Information & Support Days are events designed to empower and educate families who are facing their own risk of breast, ovarian and prostate cancer.

Pink Hope’s Information & Support Days are for those at increased risk of breast and ovarian cancer either due to a gene mutation such as BRCA or family health history and support people such as family. The events provide expert speakers who will run sessions providing the latest information and research, personal stories from high-risk individuals and time for socialising and connecting.

In 2019 Information & Support Days are being held at the following locations:

TAS
Information & Support Day

Date:
Hobart, Sunday 19 May 2019

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and to register

WA
Information & Support Day

Date:
Perth, Saturday 15 June 2019

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and to register

VIC
Information & Support Day

Date:
Melbourne, Sunday 28 July 2019

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and to register

NSW
Information & Support Day

Date:
Sydney, Sunday 20 October 2019

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and to register

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Testimonial Video

When members of the Pink Hope Community come together, amazing things happen. Our previous events have been extremely beneficial in bringing support and knowledge to women at increased risk. Along with the information, women walk away with a sense of community and security – knowing they are never alone.

Such a powerful, informative and inspiring day. So thankful for the opportunity to connect with others going through the same life choices.”

I attended the Pink Hope Information and Support Day and was so grateful to receive updated information on a range of topics related to my increased risk of breast and ovarian cancer, as well as the opportunity to meet people in the same situation.”