Cancer Screening and Early Detection
One of the most effective ways to reduce the impact of cancer is to screen regularly and detect early. Click below to find out more about common cancer tests.
About one in 21 men and one in 30 women will develop bowel cancer before the age of 75.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women – 1 in 8 women in NSW will develop breast cancer in their lifetime.
In most cases, treatment for testicular cancer will lead to remission or cure.
The risk increases with age – prostate cancer mainly affects men aged 60 or older.
About 1500 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer in Australia each year.
People with chronic hepatitis B or hepatitis C infections have a 20 – 100 times increased risk of developing primary liver cancer.