Tag: cancer research
World Ovarian Cancer Day (8 May) raises awareness on the cancer that often goes undetected until its advanced stages.
Thanks to the supporters, we’ve been able to award more than $5.2 million to 12 world-class cancer research projects.
New research by The Daffodil Centre suggests that significant action is needed to save more lives from cancer in Australia over the next 25 years.
Find out about two ground-breaking research projects that are improving outcomes for people affected by melanoma.
Thanks to the Cancer Council community, we’re investing millions of dollars to change the story of childhood cancer.
Learn about the four ground-breaking research projects into improving outcomes for people affected by breast cancer.
Professor Jacob George is a liver researcher. He explains links between hepatitis, lifestyle factors, and liver cancer.
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 that migrant communities have higher rates of cancer compared to Australian-born residents.