Prevention in Survivorship - "What can I do to prevent a cancer recurrence?"


When: 28th February 2019
What Time: 7pm - 8pm AEDT
Duration:
60 minutes
Where:
Online - join via your computer, tablet or smart phone
Panel: TBC
Cost: Complimentary

About the Webinar

Whilst more research is needed, current research does suggest that maintaining or adopting a healthy lifestyle can reduce the chance of your cancer coming back or a new cancer developing. A healthy lifestyle includes things such as eating a healthy diet, being physically active, maintaining a healthy body weight, improving your psychological wellbeing, protecting yourself from the sun, stopping smoking or cutting down on alcohol.

Some people who have had a cancer diagnosis may also experience an increased risk of other chronic health problems. Adopting a healthy lifestyle can also help prevent chronic health problems, such as heart disease or type 2 diabetes.

This webinar will look at prevention after your cancer treatment and will provide a range of practical strategies you can adopt to help to prevent your cancer coming back. Including regular health checks, adopting a healthy lifestyle, protecting yourself from the sun and more.


About the Presenters

This discussion will be facilitated by Lauren McClean, Cancer Council NSW, Project Coordinator Survivorship Programs and the panel will include:


To be advised.

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