Lecture Overview

Brief

It's predicted that our National Bowel Cancer Screening Program could save up to 90,000 lives over the next 40 years. Learn about this incredibly effective method of screening for one of the most devastating cancers and what you need to do to ensure the test is successful.

Educators

Mark Jenkins

Professor Mark Jenkins is the director of the Centre for Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the University of Melbourne. He is an epidemiologist who for the past 20 years has been conducting research on colorectal cancer, including risk factors, prevention, and genetic syndromes. He is a member of the Clinical Advisory Panel of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program.

Reviews

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5 Total Rating(s)

It is really helpful lecture and easy explanation.

Joungsim BAE
14 May 2018

Very informative. The stats on lack of participation is surprising. The stats on how many people have a positive result to the amount of cancers detected is encouraging.

Karen Gruber
03 May 2018

Great and very educational

Janelle McIntosh
26 Apr 2018

Excellent. This educational resource would also benefit the general public.

Michele Selby
29 Mar 2018

A very interesting talk, which was a good refresher.

Sarah May Twibill
25 Mar 2018

Very informative lecture. Thank you.

Robin Leanne Jones
17 Oct 2017