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BREAST CANCER; NEW SURGICAL APPROACHES AND PATIENT TREATMENT OPTIONS – Health Professionals Oncology Webinar Series 3

Dr Ari Ariyapperuma (Medical Oncologist SJOG Subiaco and CliniConnect)

Ari is a medical oncologist who has completed medical oncology training through NSW and WA hospitals. He completed his medical degree with Honours in clinical sciences and undertook a residency at Newham University Hospital in the United Kingdom. Ari has trained in medical oncology both in WA and NSW. Ari treats all solid organ malignancies and accepts patients who do not have a proper diagnosis for workup. Ari strongly believes in improving the quality of life of patients undergoing cancer treatment while achieving ultimate best for his patients.

 

Dr Vineeta Singh (Breast Surgeon RPH, Armadale Hospital)

Dr Vineeta Singh is a specialist Breast Surgeon of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. She had worked in senior leadership positions including being Head of Department Surgery, Armadale Health Services and Executive Head of Breast Unit at Royal Perth Hospital. She has gained more than 15 years of experience in managing breast diseases both benign and cancer by working overseas and in Australia. After MBBS, she trained in General Surgery and obtained Masters in General Surgery with Thesis work. She underwent further training and obtained Fellowship of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS). She also did post fellowship training in Oncoplastic breast surgery with Breast surgANZ Australia at Royal Perth Hospital, Perth. She has gained extensive experience in the management of acute general surgical emergencies, elective general surgery, both open and Laparoscopic, and excellent experience in Breast oncology and Oncoplastic breast surgery. In addition to clinical work she is interested in breast cancer research and surgical education. She believes in importance of forming strong patient surgeon bond with effective communication, this often helps to reduce psychological stress from cancer diagnosis.