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Coming to the end of breast cancer treatment - what now?

Free online information session

Event date and time: 

Held on Thursday 4 June 2020 | 7.00 – 7.45 pm (AEST) 

Local times: 

WA: 5.00 – 5.45 pm 

NT, SA: 6.30 – 7.15 pm 

QLD, ACT, NSW, TAS, VIC: 7.00 – 7.45 pm 

About the Webinar

Moving on from the whirlwind of medical appointments and regular contact with your treatment team can feel like a sudden change of pace. It can also raise a lot of new questions and concerns. Join us for a free online webcast where we will be discussing coming to the end of breast cancer treatment, what to expect, follow-up care, looking after yourself and how to manage challenges that present after hospital-based treatment ends. Participants will hear from Dr Belinda Yeo, Medical Oncologist and Clinical Scientist and Corella Hoogendoorn, breast cancer survivor and have the opportunity to ask questions online.


Kirsten Pilatti, CEO BCNA

Kirsten Pilatti was appointed CEO in March 2018. She has an exceptional understanding of the cancer sector having spent over a decade at BCNA and five years at Cancer Council Victoria. Highly regarded for her passion and focus on Australian women and men who have been affected by breast cancer, she is committed to giving everyone a voice and reducing the disparity of care across the country. Born and raised in Western Australia, Kirsten lives in Melbourne with her partner and two sons.


Belinda Yeo, Medical Oncologist and Clinical Scientist

Dr Belinda Yeo jointly appointed to Austin Health as a Medical Oncologist and to the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute as a Clinician Scientist with a specific interest in breast cancer. Dr Yeo is a very passionate clinician who thoroughly enjoys looking after patients with breast cancer. 

Her translational research has focused on trying to find better ways to estimate recurrence risk in patients diagnosed with oestrogen-receptor positive early breast cancer, with the ultimate aim to better personalize therapies for those patients who have the most to gain from them.

Corella Hoogendoorn, breast cancer survivor

Corella Hoogendoorn was diagnosed with HER2- breast cancer in mid-2019 at the age of 44. She underwent a lumpectomy surgery, chemotherapy then radiation. Corella’s journey saw her complete treatment in February 2020. Corella is an Interior Designer who spent most of the last 15 years living and working in Europe, Middle East and the USA, before returning to Australia. She now lives in Melbourne and is married with two young children.

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