Friday 6 May, 9:30 - 3pm, Cancer Council Victoria, 615 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
Living with a diagnosis of a brain tumour presents many challenges - both practically and emotionally. A brain cancer diagnosis can cause fatigue, changes to memory and speech, and presents an array of challenges relating to every-day life including work, finances and body image.
This forum on 6th May 2016 is to provide information and strategies through presentations and discussions with experts in the brain cancer field. It is free and open to patients, carers, or anyone interested in learning more about brain cancer.
RSVP by Tuesday 3 May 2016.
Thursday 19 May, 5:30pm - 7pm, Wheeler Centre, 176 Little Lonsdale St Melbourne
Come and join the conversation with our expert panellist to better understand how advance care planning can support better decision-making at the end of life. Advance care planning is the process of thinking and talking about what kind of medical care and treatments you might, or might not want, if you become unable to make or communicate your own decisions.
The official date is 26 May, however events can be held anytime during May or June.
You can help those affected by cancer this May or June by bringing your family, friends or workmates together for Australia's Biggest Morning Tea to support the 84 people diagnosed with cancer every day across Victoria.
Now in its 23rd year, the official event date is Thursday 26th May, with morning teas able to be hosted throughout May and June.
Cancer Council Victoria is aiming to raise a record $3.5 million through generous hosts popping on the kettle, inviting their friends and family over, and collecting life-changing donations.
Taking part is easy; simply register as a host, set a date and invite your friends for morning tea. In return, your guests make a donation to Cancer Council Victoria.
Join Australia's Biggest Morning Tea and help fight cancer.