You are invited to the inaugural

DINE IN FOR
PANCREATIC CANCER

 A delightful evening with a ‘walk and fork’ dining experience for a good cause!

 Three course light meal with wine, beer or juice

Guest speakers

John Campbell 

Professor Michael Findlay, Oncologist

MC

Louise Pagonisglad you are attend

WHEN  November 1st, 6.30-9.30pm

 DRESS CODE Purple for Pancreatic Cancer (optional)

 WHERE Kelliher Trust, 2 York St, Parnell, Auckland

 COST $85 pp, $800 for a group of 10

Supporting the inaugural Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. Dress purple for pancreatic
cancer if you can!
Help us fight this deadly cancer that is on the rise!

Hosted by Kelliher Trust. You will also be able to view the Kelliher Art Trust Collection


Please note:  At the end of the registration process you have the option to fundraise for GICI through an online fundraising page - just click View My Page.  Of course, this is purely optional and you do not need to activate a fundraising page, we are just glad you are attending the event.

Gastro-Intestinal Cancer Institute

GICI is dedicated to improving the outcomes for patients with a gastro-intestinal (GI) cancer. We aim to increase awareness of GI cancers and raise funds to support clinical research in New Zealand, focusing particularly on clinical trials.

GI cancer is the term used for the group of cancers that affect the digestive system, i.e. the oesophagus, stomach, liver, gall bladder and bile ducts, pancreas and bowel. It is collectively the most common form of cancer, with over 5,250 new cases diagnosed each year in New Zealand (Ministry of Heath, 2014).

To improve the survival rates of GI cancer, we must provide funding for clinical research. Unfortunately, there is a critical lack of financial support for GI cancer clinical trials in New Zealand. GICI seeks to fill this funding gap to ensure that patients in New Zealand have access to the best possible treatments.

With your help, we can kick cancer in the guts!

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