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An evening with Clinton Heal and launch of new radiation therapy course

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Join us for an engaging public discussion and the launch of Curtin University’s Master of Radiation Therapy course.

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Clinton will share his experiences, encompassing both sides of the medical radiation field and we’ll celebrate the launch of Curtin University’s Master of Radiation Therapy course.

Wednesday 28 May 2014
6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
Norman Dufty Lecture Theatre (Building 210, Room 102)
Gold coin donation to melanomaWA
An image of a patient undergoing radiation therapy

Listen to a presentation by Clinton Heal, founder and CEO of melanomaWA, medical imaging professional, Curtin graduate, and 2011 WA Young Australian of the Year, who has been living with melanoma since being diagnosed at age 22.

You will be inspired by Clinton’s incredible journey, from medical imaging professional and healthy sports enthusiast to someone forced to navigate the health care industry and cancer treatment process from the patient perspective.

The event will also include light refreshments and a brief overview of Curtin’s Master of Radiation Therapy degree. The Radiation Oncology Workforce in Western Australia project helped to establish this course, which aims to address the international shortage of radiation therapists.

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