Supporting Chris O’Brien Life House’s Cancer Research

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Cancer can touch any and all of us at any time. We have been fighting this disease for longer than we can remember. I have trained under Professor Chris O’Brien AO, whose vision for a specialised cancer centre focusing on clinical excellence and cutting edge research, has come to life in Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, of which I am now a part of. It is a privilege to support and create this vision for a better future and one day a world free of cancer altogether.”

– Dr Michael Yunaev

Dr Michael Yunaev is an oncoplastic breast, general and cosmetic surgeon and is the principal doctor at the Breast & Body Clinic. He is a highly-trained surgeon with extensive experience in and a passion for the treatment of all aspects of breast cancer surgery, benign and congenital breast disease, aesthetic breast and body surgery and general surgery.

Dr Yunaev is also an active member of the Breast Surgeons Australia and New Zealand Society, Australasian Society for Breast Disease, General Surgeons Australia and Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He is involved in training of a younger generation of surgeons through the Royal College of Surgeons and is active in research in his chosen field.

Your generous gift today ensures doctors like Michael have the resources they need to conduct research that will transform patient care.

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Dr Michael Yunaev

About The Author - Dr Michael Yunaev

Dr Michael is a Specialist OncoPlastic and Cosmetic Breast and General Surgeon and is the Principal Doctor at Breast & Body Clinic. Dr Yunaev is a highly trained Surgeon with extensive experience and passion for treatment of all aspects of Breast Cancer Surgery, Benign and Congenital Breast Disease and Aesthetic Breast and Body Surgery, as well as General Surgery.

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