Making Metastatic Breast Cancer Count - Parliamentary Friends of Women's Health panel discussion
BCNA and the Parliamentary Friends of Women's Health are holding a panel discussion – Making Metastatic Breast Cancer Count – at Parliament House, Canberra, 8-9am Thursday 3 August.
It’s part of our advocacy calling for people living with metastatic breast cancer in Australia to be consistently counted on our cancer registries.
If you are not counted you are not seen, which means you are ‘invisible’ when health service providers and policymakers plan cancer services and support.
The event to be co-hosted by MPs Peta Murphy and Bridget Archer, will also hear from BCNA Consumer Representative Lisa Tobin from Perth who has been living with breast cancer for 23 years and metastatic breast cancer for the past 11 years.
Please note that the livestream is being hosted by the Australian Parliament House on Webex. Webex is free to use either in-browser or by downloading the client onto your computer.
We are aware that this may be your first-time using Webex, we encourage you to join the meeting early to ensure everything is working. You can also find troubleshooting assistance here.When you join, please ensure that your microphone and cameras are turned off.