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EUOS Debate: "So Who Makes the Biggest Contribution to Curing Cancer?"

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The Edinburgh University Oncology Society (EUOS) warmly invite you to our first event of the new academic year.

Throughout the night we will be hearing from a variety of doctors within the speciality, discussing the roles of medical oncology, surgical oncology and public health.

We have a fantastic line up set of expert guest speakers who will give an insight into the importance of their own specialist field including the university's very own Professor Malcolm Dunlop, Professor of Coloproctology and Consultant Colorectal Surgeon representing surgical oncology, Professor Alison MacCallum, Director of Public Health and Health Policy at NHS Lothian, representing public health, and Dr Sara Erridge, consultant clinical oncologist specialising in neuro-oncology, as well as Prof David Cameron, Professor of Oncology, and Clinical Director of Cancer Services in NHS Lothian, who will both representing oncology. Ensuring the debate doesn't get too heated, we'll have Dr Lesley Dawson, consultant medical oncologist, chairing proceedings.

...and we want YOU to get involved in the debate! We'll be taking questions and contributions from audience members and social media throughout the event. We'll also have a poll at the end, to see who you thought came out on top.

The event is open to students and members of the public. It will be free for members and £1 for non-EUOS members. Alternatively you can become a member for £3. Tickets to be paid on the door.

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