Breast Cancer and Bone Metastases
Date: Wednesday, 08/03/2017
Time: 12.30PM - 2.00PM
Location: Breacan Resource Centre
Metastatic breast cancer commonly involves bone metastases. As a result several complications can arise: bone pain, fractures and high blood levels of calcium. In addition the treatments for metastatic cancer can increase the risk for osteopenia and osteoporosis. In this session Yoland will detail the current and upcoming treatments available to strengthen bone and prevent the complications arising from bone metastases. There will be an opportunity to ask general questions.
Yoland Anthill is a Medical Oncologist at Cabrini Health and Peninsula Health services, as well as doing research and clinical work in cancer genetics at Royal Melbourne Hospital.
To attend the session in the BreaCan Resource Centre (not the webinar) please fill out the form below.