Young Garvan Forum Invite

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Young Garvan Forum Invite

  1. 1. Forum overview Everyone knows someone who has had cancer. It is a disease that has plagued our society, and for some it is part of their daily lives. However, now in this age of genes and genomics technology, cancer research is undergoing a revolution. Our expert speakers will reveal the new approaches to cancer research that will lead to breakthrough discoveries. From the ‘how and why’ of getting cancer, through to new drug development and delivery, we will delve into how cutting-edge technologies have changed our approach to this age-old disease, and answer the questions: “Where will the cancer research revolution take us next?” “How close are we to finding the cure for cancer?” Speakers Dr Marina Pajic Senior Research Officer The Kinghorn Cancer Centre Garvan Institute of Medical Research Dr Paul Timpson Head, Invasion and Metastasis Group The Kinghorn Cancer Centre Garvan Institute of Medical Research Prof Graham Mann Deputy Director, Westmead Institute for Cancer Research & Melanoma Institute Australia Mr Ben Bravery Colorectal cancer survivor Event details Thursday 3 October 2013 Drinks and canapés 6pm – 6:45pm Forum 6:45pm – 8:30pm Note: Please arrive no later than 6:30pm Venue King & Wood Mallesons Level 61, Governor Phillip Tower 1 Farrer Place, Sydney Tickets $20.00 Registration Please click here to register online All proceeds go the Garvan Institute of Medical Research www.kwm.com King & Wood Mallesons is proud to support the Garvan Institute How close are we to finding a cure for cancer? The Cancer Research Revolution

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