Ms Meg Rynderman is a survivor of recurrent Hodgkin disease & hormone positive Breast Cancer. Treatment for her disease has included radiotherapy, high dose chemotherapy, stem cell transplant, bi-lateral mastectomy & reconstruction. Meg volunteers her time at the Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre and also volunteers for Cancer Council Victoria’s Cancer Connect program. Meg’s 20-year cancer journey has instilled in her a passion that other cancer survivors should be offered more appropriate support and follow-up care than she experienced in her early years and that cancer should no longer be seen as a one-off incident, but rather a whole-of-life health issue. Meg is a Governor of Bialik College in Hawthorn and has a background in family business.