New Zealand Breast Cancer Symposium / Past Seminars • Breast Cancer Foundation NZ


Past Seminar

New Zealand Breast Cancer Symposium

From Research to Reality - Public Education Day

A series of short talks, by leading researchers from around the world, on the latest research and what difference it could make for Kiwis with breast cancer.

Missed out? Don't worry - you can watch it below

Individual presentations

How can we make cancer research more effective for patients?

Professor Sir David Lane

A new look at breast cancer

Dr Andrew Green - BSc (Hons) PhD

New ways of classifying breast tumours could improve treatment decision-making

Talks 1 and 2: the NZ perspecitve

Dr Reena Ramsaroop

One dose does it?

Dr Erica Whineray-Kelly

Dr Erica Whineray-Kelly on intraoperative radiotherapy – how effective it is, and who can have it.

Life 2.0

Jan Haworth

Health and wellness coach, Jan Haworth, on post-breast cancer lifestyle for optimum health.

Managing lymphoedema – the NZ perspective

Jodie Reynolds

Managing lymphoedema

Louise Koelmeyer

Louise Koelmeyer on monitoring for breast cancer-related lymphoedema results in earlier treatment and decreased severity.

Harnessing bench-to-bedside research to get abreast of breast cancer

Professor Geoff Lindeman

Professor Geoff Lindeman on genetic discoveries to help prevent and treat breast cancer.

Population genetic testing for breast cancer susceptibility

Professor Ian Campbell PhD

Personalised medicine in action – what has been achieved in NZ?

Professor Mark McKeage

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