A 2018 study by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) showed cancer screening could help detect cancer early.
CanRevive will hold a public information session (funded by the Multicultural Health Week) on bowel cancer, cervical cancer and breast cancer screening programs to enhance Chinese awareness of preventive cancer screening and provide identification of early symptoms of cancer, and be able to take appropriate action as soon as these symptoms are detected.
The event is organized by CanRevive, co-organized by the Australian Chinese Medical Association (ACMA), and supported by the Hong Kong Medical Society of Australia (HKMSA). Details of the event are as follows:
Date: 16 July 2022 (Saturday)
Time: 10:00am to 12:30pm
Location: CanRevive Western Sydney Centre (113 Hawkesbury Road, Westmead NSW 2145)
[About 8 minutes walk from Westmead train station]
Associate Professor Michael Suen – Colorectal and Pelvic Floor Specialist at Concord Hospital, Member of the Management Committee of the Australian Chinese Medical Association
1. The causes of bowel cancer.
2. How to prevent bowel cancer
3. Screening methods of bowel cancer
4. Treatment Options for bowel cancer
Dr. Ton Cheow Lee – GP Bella Vista, Member of Australian Chinese Medical Association
Content: Breast Cancer Screening Program
Janis Hui & Zeno Cheung – Representative from The Hong Kong Medical Society of Australia
Content: Cervical Cancer Screening Program
There will be Information Stalls on site.
*The above activities are free of charge and have simultaneous Cantonese/Mandarin interpretation available.
The general public are welcome to participate. Participants must register before the event. For enquiries and registration, please call the CanRevive Sydney Head Office on (02) 9212 7789 or 0401 052 599 to contact one of our staff members.