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Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition (IPAN) free seminar/webinar

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You are warmly invited to participate in Deakin University, IPAN's free seminar/webinar on 7 November on Exercise, nutrition and brain health in prostate cancer.

The seminar/webinar features presentations from researchers in our Preventing and managing chronic conditions research domain, discussing the latest evidence and practical recommendations for nutrition and exercise support in prostate cancer.

This seminar/webinar will be tailored to men and family members affected by prostate cancer and is also relevant to health professionals. 

Event details

Date:  7 November 2022

Time: 3.30-5.00pm AEST 

Location: Burwood Corporate Centre, Deakin University & Zoom - Link to be provided in the registration confirmation email 

Registration: Please register by 2 November 2022, at https://bit.ly/ipanseminar

Further details are available in the attached flyer and on the Eventbrite registration page. Feel free to share this information with other colleagues.

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