UK – South East England
28 October, 2021
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm BST
Join Thalie Martini, CEO of Breast Cancer UK, to find out more about the causes and risk factors of breast cancer along with steps that can be taken to prevent and reduce the risk of getting breast cancer.
Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in the world. But did you know that over a quarter of breast cancer cases are preventable?
In this webinar presentation and discussion, we will look at how we can prevent breast cancer. We’ll explore what can cause breast cancer and what some of the risk factors are, including how chemicals that we come into contact in our everyday lives, may be increasing our risk of developing breast cancer. Finally, we will look at ways in which we can all take action to reduce our risk at any age.
Join us to find at how small steps can give us greater control over our health. In the meantime, go to www.breastcancer.org.uk to find out more about us.
Thalie has over 18 years’ experience working in senior roles in the public and third sectors in the UK and Australia. Before joining Breast Cancer UK, Thalie was CEO of Magpie Dance, the UK’s leading dance charity for people with learning disabilities.
Thalie has run a number of high profile programmes including a national programme to transform care practice in schools for children with medical conditions at Diabetes UK; a major transformation project at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences in Sydney; numerous statewide public health prevention programmes for New South Wales State government including a ground-breaking magistrates drug diversion initiative.
Thalie is passionate about prevention and social empowerment. Having lost her mother to Breast Cancer in 2007, Thalie is committed to making breast cancer prevention a policy and public health priority.
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Start time: 12.30pm
End time: 1.30pm