Meetings are notified to all those we have email addresses for approximately one week prior to the meeting. This notification includes details of any speaker.
In addition, we publish details of each meeting in the Blue Mountains Gazette and Western Weekender.
Zoom Meeting Monday 20 September 2021
At our group Zoom meeting on Monday September 20th, we will be joined by Dr Natalie Winter, from Deakin University, to talk about her trial called Mindonline, a 9-week, mindful on-line study for prostate cancer, breast, and colon cancer. Natalie will explain what is involved with the study and answer any questions you may have. Natalie’s presentation should be no longer than 20 – 30 minutes with time for questions.
Importantly, this is one that you undertake at home, therefore it is not invasive and requires no travel.
It is important that we volunteer for clinical trials to aid research into this insidious disease as it will not only help ourselves but will also help men who may be diagnosed down the track. All too often men do not undertake clinical trials until their survival is on the line.
Prior to Natalie’s presentation there will be time for chatting/questions etc and time will be available after the presentation as required.
The link to join the presentation is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82903993060?pwd=Z2R6dlVhZ3hYVE05QkhYbUVHRzlpZz09
Those who have attended Zoom meetings before will also receive a reminder invite on the night.
I look forward to you joining me on Monday 20 September 2021 at 6 30 for 7 pm.
Nepean/Blue Mountains Prostate Cancer Support Group Inc.
P 1300 13 38 78
Meetings are held every 3rd Monday of the month at 6:30 PM (unless circumstances change)
Leonay Sports Club
1 Leonay Parade, Emu Plains
All meetings are available to males and their partners who are seeking information on this cancer, and who live in the Blacktown, Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury and Penrith areas. Come along and experience the caring and benefits offered by our Support Group whose motto is YOU ARE NOT ALONE.
Usually, we have a guest speaker, followed by light refreshments however, although guest speakers usually speak for only half an hour the questions and answers generally sometimes go for longer than the talk.