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Q&A – The Past, Present & Future of Breast Cancer Research

When:
Tue 24 Jul 2018
Cost:
Free
Details:
Breast Cancer Trials (BCT) is the largest, independent, oncology clinical trials research group in Australia and New Zealand. Since our inception in 1978, we have been committed to finding new and improved breast cancer treatments and prevention strategies for every woman, through the conduct of breast cancer clinical trials research.

As part of activities to recognise our 40th anniversary in 2018 and on the eve of our Annual Scientific Meeting for researchers, Breast Cancer Trials will be hosting a Q&A event at The Art Gallery of NSW, to discuss The Past, Present and Future of Breast Cancer Research.

Moderated by Journalist and Channel 10 presenter Sandra Sully, the Q&A will feature a panel of breast cancer experts and trial participants, to discuss and answer questions about the history of our research group, key milestones in breast cancer research and clinical trials, current research trends and developments, and what can we expect in breast cancer research in the future.
Location:
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Gallery Road, Sydney CBD
Contact:
Breast Cancer Trials on
  1800423444

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