New Cancer eLearning Modules Available

We are thrilled to announce the release of our newest educational resource- a new breast cancer module (in addition to the recently released lung module), now accessible on the BOPA website! This comprehensive module is designed to provide valuable insights and updates into breast cancer management.

All paid members will have access to this module. We believe this resource will enhance your knowledge and contribute to your professional development.

To access the breast cancer module, simply log in to your BOPA account and navigate to the “Education” section on our website, select courses and eLearning and finally click the “solid tumour” section.

Thank you for being a part of the BOPA community. We hope you find the new breast and lung cancer modules beneficial to your practice.

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