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Living Well After Prostate Cancer Treatment: Info evening: Thurs 15 Nov 2018, Pavillion, South Tce 6-9pm – Free

Men and family/friends who are wanting to seek more information about prostate cancer treatment and supportive care services available to them are invited to a free education evening. The event is hosted by the South Australian Prostate Cancer Clinical Outcomes Collaborative (SA-PCCOC) and co-sponsored by the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health. Bookings are at: https://prostatecancerlivingwellaftertreatment.eventbrite.com.au […]

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FFCMH PhD Scholarship Top-up awardees – Congratulations Ms Megan McIntosh and Ms Holly Evans

The Centre congratulates Ms Megan McIntosh (pictured middle) and Ms Holly Evans (pictured right) on each being awarded a Commonwealth Government Research Training Award PhD Scholarship.  These are highly competitive scholarships.   We also congratulate Megan and Holly who are both recipients of a Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health PhD Scholarship top-up award. Megan who […]

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The Centre Welcomes Visiting Endeavour Fellow – Dr Cindy Forbes

The Centre welcomes Dr Cindy Forbes, who is an Endeavour Research Fellow from Dalhousie University in Canada. Come July, Dr. Forbes will be working with Dr. Camille Short and the team at the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health to develop and evaluate an on-line exercise prescription support tool for men with metastatic prostate cancer. Cindy is […]

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Complementary and alternative medicine rituals by men with cancer

Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is frequently used in persons with cancer, often with the support of significant others (SOs), but without consultation of healthcare professionals.  As part of her PhD studies, Nadja Klafke explored how men with cancer integrate and maintain CAM use in their everyday life, and how SOs are involved in it.   To be published in […]

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