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A Night On the Swan


Wed 19 Oct 2016, 6:30pm–10:00pm

Where: Acqua Viva on the Swan, Broadway Jetty, Nedlands, Western Australia

Restrictions: 18+

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Listed by: vivianmpk

A Night on the Swan is a cocktail event to raise funds for Ovarian Cancer Research at St John of God Subiaco Hospital. The evening will consist of a fine art auction and sale at Acqua Viva on Swan on Wednesday 19 October 2016.

A limited Edition Armani Vespa will be on auctioned on the evening and a signature Smales diamond bracelet up for raffle. Bids and raffle tickets can be placed or brought prior the event.

The vision of the Gynaecological Oncology Research group is to become a world renowned centre of excellence—a leader in local, national and international gynaecologic cancer research encompassing a range of medical innovation and survivorship.

The group envisage a gynaecologic oncology division which attracts the brightest residents and fellows from Australia and overseas who wish to undertake doctoral and post-doctoral research, and collaboration between clinicians and research scientists to deliver new and improved treatments to provide unparalleled care to patients.

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