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Decoding Cancer public talk: Your Cancer Journey - for women managing symptoms after cancer
Thursday 9 May 2019 - Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, Dublin 2
The Irish Cancer Society’s latest ‘Decoding Cancer’ public talk takes place on Thursday 9 May at 6.30 PM in the Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, Dublin 2. The talk focuses on the health and wellbeing of female cancer survivors, and managing common symptoms after cancer. We are honoured to be joined by Professor Martha Hickey of the University of Melbourne, Australia, who will discuss the latest understandings of:
- Sexual dysfunction
- Menopausal symptoms
The talk is free and open to everyone. If you would like to attend please register on Eventbrite.
Decoding Cancer is all about separating the facts from the fiction when it comes to cancer. Run by the Irish Cancer Society, it’s a campaign that aims to dispel the myths around cancer and explore the many real advances being made in prevention, early detection, treatment, and survivorship.
Through a series of public talks, Decoding Cancer enables leading cancer experts to speak to the public in layman’s terms about a diverse range of topics and issues, from diet and exercise to cancer clinical trials.
These talks are for everyone – from cancer patients and their families, to any member of the public with an interest in cancer and cancer research.
Decoding Cancer talks are free to attend but require registration. So watch this space for news on future talks.
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