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  1. Our American friends at the Answer Cancer Foundation are holding a webinar on Diet and Nutrition next Tuesday morning at 10am Eastern Australian Time.. Details of how to join the webinar are available at http://www.ancan.org If the time doesn't suit you, the webinar will be recorded and it is possible to listen to the discussion at a later time.
  2. Thanks to Rick Davis and our American friends at Answer Cancer Foundation for telling us about this webinar.
  3. An excellent webinar by Dr Larry Fong of University of California, San Francisco
  4. Cancer Council New South Wales recently held a webinar called “What can I do about pain after cancer treatment?” The speakers were Professor David Goldstein (Medical Oncologist), Dr Niamh Moloney (Researcher in pain pathophysiology) and Phil Mendoza-Jones (Cancer Patient) If you want to watch and listen to this seminar on your computer, please click on this link. After clicking on this link, you will asked to fill in a registration form before you can watch this seminar
  5. Cancer Council NSW is running a webinar (a seminar you attend through the Internet) on Thursday 10 April from 7-8 pm AEST. Practical and emotional issues commonly experienced when returning to work or working during cancer treatment will be discussed by an interdisciplinary panel. Click on this link for more information and details on how to register. If you cannot attend the live webinar, but want to view it later, you can still register and an email with a link to the webinar will be sent to you approximately 48 hours after the live event. If you have any queries about registering for, and participating in, this webinar, please call 1300 200 558.
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