Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men in Australia – the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare estimates that 16,665 males will be diagnosed with this disease in 2017 alone. Because prostate cancer is generally a slow growing disease, the majority of men with low grade prostate cancer live for many years without symptoms and without it spreading. The focus, therefore, must be on appropriate management and monitoring.
The National Health Co-op, in collaboration with Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia and Service One Alliance Bank, is holding an education session on Wednesday, 14 June 2017 to discuss the risk factors, symptoms and diagnosis of prostate cancer, as well as the importance of talking to your GP about changes to your health that may indicate the presence of a prostate-related issue.
Light refreshments will be served and you are welcome to invite a guest.
What: Prostate Cancer Information Session
When: Wednesday, 14 June at 5:45pm for a 6pm start, finishing at 7:00pm
Where: National Health Co-op Corporate Office – 5-7 Lawry Place, Macquarie, ACT
Cost: FREE (free parking available on site)
Places are strictly LIMITED. To register, please enter your details below.
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