Stop press – breast cancer forum 2 to focus on patient choices


DAY TWO of this year’s breast cancer forum will focus on patient choices in the fields of intraoperative radiotherapy, screening and hormone-replacement therapy, in a patient’s day to be held at the Royal Society, Carlton House Terrace, London, to conclude breast cancer awareness month, on 31 October 2018.

A stellar programme of speakers is being prepared by professor Michael Baum, professor emeritus of surgery and visiting professor, medical humanities, university college of London.

Contributions are expected from Dr Avrum Bluming, professors Jayant Vaidya, Frederik Wenz, Jeff Tobias and Michael Douek, with representatives from NICE, law firm Leigh Day and patient advocate Marcelle Bernstein.

The event is being co-hosted by Europa Donna and Latte Lounge, and will be partly chaired by BBC presenter Kirsty Lang.

For advance bookings – £25 for patients, members of the public – please email Pink Ribbon at   Space is expected to be limited on the day, which will last 9-5, followed by tea so early bookings are advised.

For information and last minute tickets to day one of the forum – what causes breast cancer, what cures it, with international perspectives, CPD accredited – 14 September, please visit



About Author

Pink Ribbon is the growing international network of doctors, researchers, charities and other campaigners, interested in bringing forward the date where breast cancer-related deaths are a thing of the past. It focuses on events and information provision, including website bulletins, conferences and awards (being planned for 2018). It is led by publisher Gerard Dugdill.

Comments are closed.

Skip to toolbar