Topic: Population health
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.
Researchers at Cancer Council NSW have conducted an Australian-first study that estimated future bowel cancer rates and deaths.
Researchers at Cancer Council NSW found that compared to the general population, men who survived melanoma have a higher risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer later in life.
Professor John Mattick and his team are using cutting-edge sequencing technologies to uncover various components of DNA and how they differ in cancer cells.
A study by Cancer Council NSW has found that rates of vulvar cancer have been increasing significantly
from the late 1980s to the mid-2000s.