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HMRI Cancer Care Public Seminar

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Views from different ends of the treatment spectrum
HMRIs' upcoming public seminar will provide valuable information in regards to present and future treatment methods and will explore what patients think, believe, expect and their confidence of understanding their illness in an aim to optimise patient-centred care.


Be informed by Oncologist Dr Craig Gedye on present day therapies and the development of future treatments. The experience of a cancer patient will be explored by Laureate Professor Rob Sanson-Fisher AO as he addresses the implications of a cancer diagnosis with a focus enhancing patient-centred care.

Speakers and Topics

5.15 pm 5.30 pm: Arrival and refreshments
5.30 pm 7.00 pm: Welcome and Presentations

Dr Craig Gedye: "Cancer, an unexpected journey"
Laureate Professor Rob Sanson-Fisher AO: "The need for optimal patient-centred cancer care. Anything less is not acceptable"
Question time

7.00 pm 7.30 pm: Informal question time, networking and refreshments (end of event)

Register your place online now or please call (02) 4042 1000 to register or request further information.

Car Parking: Free car parking is available at the HMRI Building.
If you require a Disabled Parking spot or have special access requirements, please advise upon RSVP.

Oncologist Dr Craig Gedye and Laureate Professor Rob Sanson-Fisher AO
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Why? Be informed on therapies and future treatments as well as patient centred cancer care
When: Monday 23rd March - 5:15 pm - 7:30 pm
Phone: 02 4042 1000
Where: HMRI, Lot 1, Kookaburra Circuit, New Lambton Heights (behind John Hunter Hospital)
Cost: Free
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