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Encore: THURSDAY for Ask the Experts: Mental well-being and good health after prostate cancer


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This event is on Thursday 26 September 2019.

Not Wednesday!

Sorry everyone.


(Thanks Chris Fuhrmeister!)


7:00PM AEST – Queensland, New South Wales, ACT, Victoria, Tasmania

6:30PM ACST – South Australia, Northern Territory

5:00PM AWST – Western Australia

Ask the Experts:

Mental Well-being

and Good Health

After Prostate Cancer

We are long-time affiliates and partners with the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA), the peak Australian prostate cancer body.

The experts this Wednesday night include:

Professor Suzanne Chambers AO

Professor Suzanne Chambers AO is a health psychologist and registered nurse with 30 years of experience in psychological support for people with cancer. She is a behavioural science researcher specialising in the fields of psycho-oncology and cancer survivorship.

Professor Lisa Horvath

Professor Lisa Horvath is the Director of the Department of Medical Oncology at Chris O’Brien Lifehouse. She also leads a research group at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research that studies chemotherapy resistance in prostate cancer and is an investigator in prostate cancer clinical trials.

Judy Jeffery

Judy Jeffery is a Prostate Cancer Specialist Nurse at St George Public Hospital bringing 30 years of oncology experience across many types of treatment. Her role includes providing care and support to men on all treatment types for prostate cancer with a main interest in those with advanced prostate cancer. Judy has a Graduate Certificate in Cancer Nursing, Certificate in Palliative Care and Prostate Nursing Care, and an Advanced Diploma of Government – Leadership (CEC).

The Hon Jim Lloyd

The Hon Jim Lloyd was diagnosed with prostate cancer in October 2002, having initially seen a GP for travel inoculations. He received surgery in February 2003, and in 2010 underwent successful salvage radiation due to a rising PSA level. 16 years on since his initial cancer diagnosis Jim’s regular PSA tests show no PSA levels, he has 5 grandchildren and uses his experience to educate men about the importance of prostate cancer detection.


You can join in on computer, phone or tablet, but you must register to get the details.

Register  and more details here: https://pcfa.org.au/asktheexperts

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