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  • National Indigenous Cancer Network (NICaN)
  • Coordinator: Bridget Kehoe and Brian Arley
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    • Last updated 31 July 2014

National Indigenous Cancer Network (NICaN)

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    LIVE DISCUSSION FORUM: PREVENTION

    We will be holding a live discussion forum on this topic on Wednesday, March 11 at 2pm (EST). Prevention refers to action to reduce one's risk of cancer; for example, avoiding risk factors (eg smoking) and increasing protective factors (eg having a goo
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    9 hours ago

    LIVE DISCUSSION FORUM: SURVIVORSHIP

    We will be holding a live discussion forum on this topic on Thursday March 26 at 11am (EST). We invite you to join us in having a yarn about what you think are the main issues for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the survivorship phase of canc
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    9 hours ago

    LIVE DISCUSSION FORUM: PALLIATIVE CARE

    We will be holding a live discussion forum on this topic on Thursday, 19th of March at 1pm (EST). We invite you to join us in a having a yarn about what you think are the main issues for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in engaging in palliative
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    Last Post by Vikki Knott
    9 hours ago

    LIVE DISCUSSION FORUM: Diagnosis & Treatment

    We will be holding a live discussion forum on this topic on Wednesday, March 18 at 10am (EST). We invite you to join us in having a yarn about what you think are the main issues for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders when being diagnosed with cance
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    Last Post by Vikki Knott
    9 hours ago

    LIVE DISCUSSION FORUM: Screening & Early Detection.

    We will be holding a live discussion forum on this topic on Thursday March 12 at 2pm (EST). We invite you to join us in having a yarn about what you think are the main issues for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in engaging in early detection and