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Can we make lung cancer history? The rise and fall of the smoking epidemic


28 June 2010

To celebrate the opening of the Sydney Cancer Conference 2010 (Wednesday 14 to Friday 16 July), world-leading public health researcher and tobacco control advocate Professor Simon Chapman will give a free public lecture titled Can we make lung cancer history? The rise and fall of the smoking epidemic.

This lecture will consider the range of policies, programs and cultural changes which have caused this dramatic and continuing fall and review evidence about projections on whether smoking might one day become "history".


Event details
When: 6.30pm, Wednesday 14 July (drinks and canap├ęs at 7.30pm)
Where: Eastern Avenue Auditorium, Camperdown campus
Cost: Free
RSVP: Merilyn Heuschkel by Thursday 1 July


This lecture is hosted by the Cancer Research Network. For more information, see the Can we make lung cancer history? event flyer.


Media enquiries: Sarah Stock, 0419 278 715, 9114 0748, sarah.stock@sydney.edu.au