in association with

Stopping Cancer in its tracks

William and Hilde Chenhall Research Trust and SPM Law present Living Healthier Longer

Thursday 28 February 2019 – RACV Noosa - 10am – FREE one hour presentation followed by morning tea

Hear cancer research scientist Professor Derek Richard talk about his breakthrough discovery that has the potential to slow down the ageing process and cure cancer.

Learn about the amazing science developing here in Queensland that will result in a drug that can slow down diseases and conditions that occur at a higher incidence as we get older.

Professor Derek Richard is a cancer research scientist and Chair of the William & Hilde Chenhall Trust leading QUT’s Cancer and Ageing Research Program (CARP). His research has culminated into Phase 1 Clinical trials of a drug that could help thousands of Australians and people around the world.  The story of the journey to his “eureka moment” and exciting discovery is a fascinating one and of interest to anyone that has been touched by cancer or interested in the idea that we can slow down the ageing process.

For years we have tried to unlock the secret to a longer healthier life and it looks like it could be just around the corner.

Andrew Market, Senior Associate SPM Law and co-trustee of the Chenhall Research Trust will discuss the importance of estate planning an area of law he is passionate about and becoming more important in this day and age.

RSVP to SPM Law or 5440 4800 – to register your place.  LIMITED Places available.

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