Topic: Cancer screening
Professor Kavallaris and her team aim to dramatically reduce duration of tumour testing programs, with direct benefits to patients from more rapid adoption of recommended treatments.
A/Prof Buchanan and his team will determine how the gut bacteria causes bowel cancer in younger adults by looking at samples.
This project will advance the understanding of how prostate cancer progresses and could lead to a new much-needed diagnostic approach.
Over 62 million deaths could be averted if HPV vaccination, cervical screening and access to cancer treatment services can be rapidly scaled by worldwide.
Cancer Council NSW researchers have investigated if testing bowel cancer cases is a cost-effective way of revealing undiagnosed Australians with Lynch syndrome.
Our researchers have investigated the potential for cervical cancer to be eliminated as a public health problem globally.
Researchers have found the incidence of bowel cancer has increased in Australians under the age of 50 but screening people 50-74 is still the best approach.
Using the latest approaches to genomic sequencing, Associate Professor Marcel Dinger and his team have identified genes that contribute to rare head and neck cancers.
Research shows Australia is on track to become the first country in the world to eliminate cervical cancer as a public health problem.
A study by Cancer Council NSW has revealed that over 1 in 3 lung cancer patients seek emergency care around the time of diagnosis.