Dr Fiona Bruinsma has worked in cancer and reproductive epidemiology for over 15 years. She completed a Doctorate of Public Health in 2010, which investigated the effects of treatment for cervical dysplasia on pregnancy outcomes. While working at Cancer Council Victoria, Fiona has been involved in coordinating studies investigating lifestyle and genetic risk factors for prostate cancer, kidney cancer and multiple myeloma. She has also been involved in the development of the Forgotten Cancers Project and is a principal investigator on the Australian Breakthrough Cancer (ABC) Study.
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