Tag: cancer research
It is predicted that in 2023 over 53,000 people will be diagnosed with cancer in NSW alone, yet a new study by us shows that a significant number of these people are not getting the vital information and support they need. The study found that just 30% of those who had been diagnosed, or knew […]
New research by the Daffodil Centre, a joint venture of Cancer Council NSW and the University of Sydney, shows that 1.45 million Australians will die of cancer over the 25-year period from 2020-2044 without major new government investments in prevention, early detection and patient care. The study, published in the Lancet Public Health, is the […]
New research shows new HPV testing approach has picked up extra cancers that would have been missed by Pap Smear tests.
The 2022 Sally Crossing AM Award for an Outstanding Achievement in Cancer Research goes to Professor Elgene Lim.
This International Women’s Day, we celebrate Professor Karen Canfell who is eliminating cervical cancer.
Ground-breaking new research into some of the most devastating childhood cancers: brain cancer and acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL), has been made possible by Cancer Council NSW funding. “These projects are set to change the way childhood brain cancer and acute lymphoblastic leukaemia are treated and will ultimately save the lives of many Australian children,” Cancer […]
Cancer Council NSW is excited to announce over $5.3 million in funding for new cancer research projects.
Find out how Cancer Council NSW is working to reduce the impact of breast cancer on our community.
Thanks to cancer research, we’re on track to eliminating cervical cancer.
Professor Karen Canfell receives award for leadership in health services research.