Cancer clinical trials

What to know and who to ask

Join our free webinar to get a better understanding of why clinical trials are important and what it means to get involved. The webinar will explore some of the common myths around participation and highlight the role of trials in cancer care.

  • Date: Tuesday 28 th August 2018
  • Time: 6pm to 7pm (AEST) including time for Q&A
  • Location: Your computer or mobile device

Not available on the night? You can still register and we will send you the link to the recorded webinar to watch in your own time.

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Clinical trials look at new ways to improve diagnosis, treatment and support for people with cancer. While clinical trials are a vital part of healthcare, the decision to participate can be challenging.

We have selected our presenters to share their experiences as patients and health professionals involved in clinical trials. Their knowledge and understanding will:

  • provide an introduction to cancer clinical trials,
  • explore different channels for reliable information and support,
  • help you start the conversation with your doctor to see if you are eligible.

Meet your presenters

  • Dr Dishan Herath MBBS FRACP
    Medical Oncologist and Nuclear Medicine Physician, Dr Herath will outline the significance of cancer clinical trials.

  • Mr Peter Currie
    Previously participated in a cancer clinical trial and will share his experience.

  • Ms Marian Lieschke
    Nurse Unit Manager specialising in cancer clinical trials, Marian will outline the basics of participating in a clinical trial.

  • Facilitator:  Ms Christie Allan, Program Coordinator - Clinical Trials, Cancer Council Victoria

Please note: A high speed internet connection is required to view and hear the webinar. If your internet’s bandwidth is insufficient, an audio only version is offered on the night. Instructions are available on registration.

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