Tag: cancer treatment

A new report has revealed the key breakthroughs and milestones that cancer research has achieved in the last 20 years.

Our accommodation services helped one cancer patient continue her breast cancer patient during the 2019 bushfires.

The evolving COVID-19 situation has impacted all of us. For people affected by cancer, the pandemic has been particularly challenging.   We asked our community to share how COVID-19 has impacted them.     This is Debbie Shore’s story of how COVID-19 has made her daughter Nicole’s breast cancer treatment more stressful for their whole […]

Professor Jennifer Martin has been researching into personalised chemotherapy dosing for some time. Now Professor Martin and her team are moving into the trial stage of their research. The dosing study known as the PREDICT (Pathway of Research to Evaluation of Dose-Individualised Cancer Therapy) Program uses new technology to find the ideal chemotherapy dosage for […]

Professor Richard Lock has been a cancer biologist for over 30 years and specialises in leukemia research. Cancer Council NSW has played an important role in his research journey with his first major Australian grant funded by the organisation. Since that first grant his research has advanced, and in 2011 he was awarded another Cancer […]

We discuss the pros and cons of having a breast reconstruction and when the best time for you to do this might be.

We discuss cancer related fatigue and explore why some people recover quickly while others do not.

We discuss ‘wellness’ and provide information and strategies of things you can do to work towards feeling well.

There are now many ways to treat pain and we discuss what you can do to work towards dealing with chronic pain.

We discuss how you can get your life back on track after your cancer treatment has finished.