Ovarian Cancer Australia Q&A Consumer Forum Past Discussion Forums

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Research, clinical trials, future possibilities

Associate Professor Clare Scott – Medical Oncologist, Royal Melbourne and Royal Women’s Hospitals; Laboratory Head Walter and Eliza Hall Institute. 

Associate Professor Clare Scott addresses on ovarian cancer research, clinical trials and future possibilities and answers questions from women around Australia about ovarian cancer at the Ovarian Cancer Australia 2016 Consumer Forum (16.23 mins)

Current and future treatments, research update

Professor David Bowtell, Head, Cancer Genomics and Genetics Program, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

Professor David Bowtell speaks about current & future ovarian cancer treatments and provides a research update at the Ovarian Cancer Australia 2016 Consumer Forum (17.25 mins)

Clinical genetics, significance for families and ourselves

Associate Professor Alison Trainer, Consultant Clinical Geneticist, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre

Associate Professor Alison Trainer speaks about clinical genetics, significance for families and ourselves at the Ovarian Cancer Australia 2016 Consumer Forum (15.56 mins)

Coping with treatment and living well

Danielle Carpente, Gynaecology Clinical Nurse Consultant, Royal Women’s Hospital and Hayley Russell, Support Co-ordinator, Ovarian Cancer Australia

Gynaecological Nurse Danielle Carpenter & Ovarian Cancer Australia’s Hayley Russell speak about coping with a diagnosis of ovarian cancer at the 2016 Ovarian Cancer Australia Consumer Forum (17.17 mins)

Building community and professional knowledge and support for women, families and friends

Jane Hill, Chief Executive Officer, Ovarian Cancer Australia

Julie McCrossin speaks to Ovarian Cancer Australia’s CEO Jane Hill about research and awareness at Ovarian Cancer Australia’s 2016 Consumer Forum (12.19 mins)

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