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We are pleased to be hosting a free educational seminar on Thursday 18th of April at Western Sydney University, Kingswood (Penrith) Campus. The evening will enable anyone suffering from osteoarthritis or interested in biological medicine, to have their questions answered on the pros and cons of this treatment.
The seminar will be hosted by Dr. Ralph Bright, an Australian leader in the biological treatment field. Starting his career in the early 2000’s, Dr. Bright has successfully operated on over 1,000 patients in his clinic, Macquarie Stem Cells. Aligning his passion for both biology and technology, Dr. Bright is the first Australian practitioner to have treated patients suffering from arthritis with biological treatments in April 2009.
A strong believer in the human body’s capacity to repair damage without resorting to a joint replacement, Dr. Bright is continually pushing research in this medical field. In 2012, he contributed to the writing of Australia’s code of conduct for biological therapies. He is currently working hand in hand with medical, scientific and academic researchers all over the world to explore the benefits of this treatment for Australians.
Date: Thursday 18th of April 2019
Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Location: Western Sydney University, Kingswood Campus,
Building U, Room – G.43 (Ground floor)
Light refreshments will be served before the seminar, additional food and drinks will be supplied after seminar for a discussion session.
Parking information: Easiest parking can be found within the university parking lot, cost of parking is $9 via WSU. Please see the location on the map (will be attached shortly)
We’ll be in touch shortly to confirm your attendance.