Cancer: prevention, diagnosis, treatment - public lecture
In 2017, more than 130,000 Australians will be diagnosed with cancer. That's why our researchers are dedicated to finding new and better ways to prevent, diagnose and treat this disease.
Join our panel of experts as they discuss cancer and how new research could potentially help you and the ones you love.
Topics covered include:
- 'Cancer prevention: what behavioural science is telling us' - Associate Professor Caroline Miller, Director Population Health, SAHMRI, Beacon Senior Research Fellow, The University of Adelaide
- 'Baking bowel cancer: from recipe to practice' - Dr Dan Worthley, Head of Gastrointestinal Cancer Biology Group, SAHMRI, Beat Cancer Research Fellow, The University of Adelaide
- 'Improving diagnosis, treatment and molecular imaging of prostate cancer' - Associate Professor Lisa Butler, Prostate Group Research Leader, SAHMRI, Australian Research Council Future Fellow, The University of Adelaide
This public lecture was proudly presented by Health Partners.