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RAFFLES NIGHT: BREAST CANCER – ARE THE MEN ALSO AFFECTED?
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RAFFLES NIGHT: BREAST CANCER – ARE THE MEN ALSO AFFECTED?

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Thu 26 October 2017
- Hosted by sbghcm
RAFFLES NIGHT: BREAST CANCER – ARE THE MEN ALSO AFFECTED?
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Thu 26 October 2017 18:00 - Thu 26 October 2017 20:30
Ballroom (1st Floor), Pullman Saigon Centre, 148 Tran Hung Dao Boulevard, District 1, HCMC, Saigon, Vietnam
842866855370
sbg@sbghcm.org
Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in women everywhere. But are the men free from being affected from this? Generally, men believe that breast cancer does not affect them at all but in fact, breast cancer does happen in male patients, albeit very rare. And equally significant is how the men take on the role of care-givers should their family members be diagnosed with and need to go through the treatment. Breast cancer does not spare anyone, either in the aspect of physical or mental anguish.

In order to help our members to learn about the risk factors for breast cancer and what you might be able to do to help lower your risk, the Singapore Business Group (SBG) is pleased to organise the seminar “Raffles Night: Breast Cancer – Are The Men Also Affected?” at Pullman Centre Saigon on Thursday, 26th October 2017. This public forum will be presented by Dr Tran Vuong Thao Nghi, Medical and Radiation Oncologist from Singapore-Vietnam Cancer Centre.
Dr Tran Vuong Thao Nghi’s talk on breast cancer will shed lights on the causes of breast cancer, the current treatment options and most importantly how to prevent this from happening to you and your loved ones.

Dr Nghi will also clear some of the myths about the risks of contracting this illness, henceforth equip participants with better knowledge to protect themselves. Furthermore, participants will have a chance to ask direct related questions to the expert, gain deeper understanding and clear any wrong perception of this illness.

The event details are as follows:
Date: Thursday, 26th October 2017
Time: 6:00PM to 8:30PM
Venue: Ballroom (1st Floor), Pullman Saigon Centre, 148 Tran Hung Dao Boulevard, District 1, HCMC
Participation Fees: FREE for members of SBG and the co-hosts
For non-members: VND 200,000/ per person
Complimentary canapé and drink for all participants.

Speaker:
Dr. Tran Vuong Thao Nghi - Graduated from the Pham Ngoc Thach University of Medicine, Ho Chi Minh, Dr. Thao Nghi is a cancer specialist who has received extensive overseas training in France, Japan and Malaysia. Prior to joining Vietnam Integrated Medical Service as a Medical & Radiation Oncologist in the Singapore-Vietnam Cancer Centre, Dr Nghi has also worked in Eugene Marquis Cancer Centre in France, FV Hospital and Cho Ray Hospital in HCMC, Vietnam.

Tentative Agenda:
• 6.00PM: Registration
• 6.30PM: Seminar commences
• 7:30PM: Business Networking
• 8:30PM: Event ends

Advance registration is required. RSVP HERE by 20th October, 2017 to assure your spot. SBG Secretariat will drop you an email within 72 hours to confirm your registration.
If you need any assistance, please contact SBG Secretariat at sbg@sbghcm.org or ( 84) 28 6685 5370/71.

In order to make this event joyous and successful, we are seeking kind contributions from our valued Business Partners like you in the form of exquisite gifts or gift vouchers to be given out to the event participants as “Lucky Draw Gifts”.
Should you're interested in sponsoring, please contact Ms. Gem at minhngoc@sbghcm.org
Promoter:
Singapore Business Group SBG
Ms. Elly
115-115A Vo Van Tan street, Ward 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh city, Vietnam
www.sbghcm.org
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