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Next Generation Cancer Care

Personalised Integrative Oncology

Australia and New Zealand represent number 1 and 2 in the world, respectively, in the incidence of cancer diagnosis.

Every day, over 350 Australians are diagnosed with cancer – a diagnosis that invokes a vastly more complex emotional response than any other.

Patients experience fear, vulnerability, anger, disbelief.

Unfortunately, cancer diagnosis is forecast to continuously rise. However, it is not all bad news. Encouragingly, the five year survival rate has increased significantly over recent times. For many patients, their experience of cancer becomes one of ‘living with cancer’, rather than ‘dying from cancer’. As screening becomes more advanced, allowing for earlier detection and as treatments become more sophisticated, remission rates improve, creating an increased need to provide ongoing support of patients that are living with and making the best of their diagnosis.

Next Generation Cancer Care

Personalised Integrative Oncology

Australia and New Zealand represent number 1 and 2 in the world, respectively, in the incidence of cancer diagnosis.

Every day, over 350 Australians are diagnosed with cancer – a diagnosis that invokes a vastly more complex emotional response than any other.

Patients experience fear, vulnerability, anger, disbelief.

Unfortunately, cancer diagnosis is forecast to continuously rise. However, it is not all bad news. Encouragingly, the five year survival rate has increased significantly over recent times. For many patients, their experience of cancer becomes one of ‘living with cancer’, rather than ‘dying from cancer’. As screening becomes more advanced, allowing for earlier detection and as treatments become more sophisticated, remission rates improve, creating an increased need to provide ongoing support of patients that are living with and making the best of their diagnosis.

Next Generation
Cancer Care

Personalised Integrative Oncology

Australia and New Zealand represent number 1 and 2 in the world, respectively, in the incidence of cancer diagnosis.

Every day, over 350 Australians are diagnosed with cancer – a diagnosis that invokes a vastly more complex emotional response than any other.

Patients experience fear, vulnerability, anger, disbelief.

Unfortunately, cancer diagnosis is forecast to continuously rise. However, it is not all bad news. Encouragingly, the five year survival rate has increased significantly over recent times. For many patients, their experience of cancer becomes one of ‘living with cancer’, rather than ‘dying from cancer’. As screening becomes more advanced, allowing for earlier detection and as treatments become more sophisticated, remission rates improve, creating an increased need to provide ongoing support of patients that are living with and making the best of their diagnosis.

Saturday 12th - Monday 14th june, 2021

YOUR INVITATION

The 2020 International Congress on Natural Medicine program will be brought to you in June, 2021!

The event, ‘Next Generation Cancer Care: Personalised Integrative Oncology’, will provide the research, insights and support you need for the road ahead when a patient presents with a cancer diagnosis. While a miracle cure for cancer is still a distant dream, there is much that you can do now as a Practitioner, to support a patient through their cancer experience.

Cancer is arguably one of the most sensitive topics to face – we therefore want to bring you the best, most accurate and
up-to-date research over the course of the three day conference including:

Saturday 12th - Monday 14th june, 2021

YOUR INVITATION

The 2020 International Congress on Natural Medicine program will be brought to you in June, 2021!

The event, ‘Next Generation Cancer Care: Personalised Integrative Oncology’, will provide the research, insights and support you need for the road ahead when a patient presents with a cancer diagnosis. While a miracle cure for cancer is still a distant dream, there is much that you can do now as a Practitioner, to support a patient through their cancer experience.

Cancer is arguably one of the most sensitive topics to face – we therefore want to bring you the best, most accurate and up-to-date research over the course of the three day conference including:

Saturday 12th - Monday 14th june, 2021

YOUR INVITATION

The 2020 International Congress on Natural Medicine program will be brought to you in June, 2021!

The event, ‘Next Generation Cancer Care: Personalised Integrative Oncology’, will provide the research, insights and support you need for the road ahead when a patient presents with a cancer diagnosis. While a miracle cure for cancer is still a distant dream, there is much that you can do now as a Practitioner, to support a patient through their cancer experience.

Cancer is arguably one of the most sensitive topics to face – we therefore want to bring you the best, most accurate and up-to-date research over the course of the three day conference including:

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Holistic support for cancer patients – including biochemistry, physiology, psychology as well as spirituality.

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Complementary Medicines safe in the co-management of conventional cancer treatment with reduced side effects.

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Skills on how to provide palliative care – so that the patient as well as their family can maintain the best quality of life.

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Context around conflicting views – looking at both sides of the picture and how to make the best decisions possible around a patient’s prescription.

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New science in epigenetics and mitochondria that could lead to new opportunities in diagnosis and treatment pathways.

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Methods of cancer prevention – simple changes that can reduce a patient’s risk of cancer.

All of this and more, presented by a line-up of speakers who each have an incredibly extensive understanding and knowledge base on cancer prevention and treatment.

Holistic-Support-Icon-1

Holistic support for cancer patients – including biochemistry, physiology, psychology as well as spirituality.

Complementary-Medicines-Icon-1

Complementary Medicines safe in the co-management of conventional cancer treatment with reduced side effects.

Skills-Palliative-Icon-1

Skills on how to provide palliative care – so that the patient as well as their family can maintain the best quality of life.

Conflicting-Views-Icon-1

Context around conflicting views – looking at both sides of the picture and how to make the best decisions possible around a patient’s prescription.

New-Science-Icon-1

New science in epigenetics and mitochondria that could lead to new opportunities in diagnosis and treatment pathways.

Methods-Prevention-Icon-1

Methods of cancer prevention – simple changes that can reduce a patient’s risk of cancer.

All of this and more, presented by a line-up of speakers who each have an incredibly extensive understanding and knowledge base on cancer prevention and treatment.

  • Holistic-Support-Icon-1

    Holistic support for cancer patients – including biochemistry, physiology, psychology as well as spirituality.

  • Complementary-Medicines-Icon-1

    Complementary Medicines safe in the co-management of conventional cancer treatment with reduced side effects.

  • Skills-Palliative-Icon-1

    Skills on how to provide palliative care – so that the patient as well as their family can maintain the best quality of life.

  • Conflicting-Views-Icon-1

    Context around conflicting views – looking at both sides of the picture and how to make the best decisions possible around a patient’s prescription.

  • New-Science-Icon-1

    New science in epigenetics and mitochondria that could lead to new opportunities in diagnosis and treatment pathways.

  • Methods-Prevention-Icon-1

    Methods of cancer prevention – simple changes that can reduce
    a patient’s risk of cancer.

All of this and more, presented by a line-up of speakers who each have an incredibly extensive understanding and knowledge base on cancer prevention and treatment.

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INTRODUCING

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Be prepared to be moved and inspired after hearing insights from four Naturopathic Practitioners who are at the coalface of managing cancer patients. In non-stop, TED-style talks, Carla Wrenn will begin with a look inward and discuss how to prevent feeling overwhelmed when a cancer patient presents. Following on, Robert Claridge will illustrate how to plant the seeds of hope, creating a mindset in patients that allows for better clinical outcomes. Next to take over the speaking baton will be Rebecca Warren who will broaden the scope by highlighting the importance of ensuring health and wellbeing in the family members and caregivers of cancer patients. Finally, cancer survivor and Naturopath Associate Professor Teresa Mitchell-Paterson will round out the MetaTalks with her message of how to help patients who achieved remission find a deeper vision and purpose in life after cancer.

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Location

Sofitel Brisbane Central
249 Turbot St, Brisbane City, Queensland

Positioned in the heart of Brisbane, you will discover a hotel of sophisticated luxury and personalised service. Renowned for its inspiring arrival experience via the alluring lobby, the wide choice of food and beverage outlets and breathtaking views of the city and surrounds, the hotel’s reputation as the leading choice in luxury accommodation and conferencing is truly deserved.
Sofitel is the largest, fully integrated hotel meeting facility in Brisbane with it’s technically advanced conference venues, events team and award winning banquet chefs to ensure your event exceeds even the highest expectations.

Location

Sofitel Brisbane Central
249 Turbot St, Brisbane City, Queensland

Positioned in the heart of Brisbane, you will discover a hotel of sophisticated luxury and personalised service. Renowned for its inspiring arrival experience via the alluring lobby, the wide choice of food and beverage outlets and breathtaking views of the city and surrounds, the hotel’s reputation as the leading choice in luxury accommodation and conferencing is truly deserved.
Sofitel is the largest, fully integrated hotel meeting facility in Brisbane with it’s technically advanced conference venues, events team and award winning banquet chefs to ensure your event exceeds even the highest expectations.

Cancer will affect most of us at least once in our lives -
whether it be a loved one, a patient, or even ourself.

By coming together in June 2021, we can help take the
fear out of this all too common affliction.

Cancer will affect most of us at least once in our lives - whether it be a loved one, a patient, or even ourself.

 

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By coming together in June 2021, we can help take the fear out of this all too common affliction.

REGISTRATION

Early Bird price: $780.00 incl. GST.

Normal price: $880.00 incl. GST each per person. (Same price applies in New Zealand).
Early bird ends Friday 26th February 2021 or if sold out prior.

To register, call Customer Service on 1800 777 648 (AUS) or 0508 227 744 (NZ) or speak to your Area Sales Manager today!

You can also book in for Congress 2021 by completing and sending the below registration form to info@metagenics.com.au (AUS) or info@metagenics.co.nz (NZ).