More than 15 million people each year will need chemotherapy by 2040, a landmark study published today by a team of Australian researchers has shown.
With World Health Day on Sunday, UNSW is highlighting how its researchers are working to make universal health coverage a reality.
Children’s Cancer Institute researcher Professor Maria Kavallaris AM – who in January this year was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia for her significant service to medicine and to medical research – today received further recognition for her work, winning the prestigious Lembe
Body fatness and alcohol consumption are the leading preventable causes of breast cancer in Australian women, a new study in 200,000 women has found.
The grants will help UNSW researchers who are engaged in promising work to overcome pancreatic, breast, bowel and childhood cancers.
What would you spend $10-100 million on? How would this save lives? Who is the best person in the world to lead it? Cancer CAG’s recent BIG ideas workshop looked for answers to these questions.
Pancreatic and brain cancer researcher Dr Angelica Merlot hopes her award will encourage more women to join the fight against deadly diseases.
Robotic surgery for prostate cancer – an increasingly popular treatment option – is not proven as more effective, yet many patients believe that it is, a new UNSW and Ingham Institute study shows.
A tripartite health program developed by UNSW Sydney, Gulu University and the Ugandan Health Ministry has enabled more than 1500 women in Northern Uganda to be screened for cervical and breast cancer.
The Cancer CAG has committed almost $200,000 in new seed grants for four projects led by early- and mid-career researchers to be undertaken in 2019. Congratulations to the four successful teams.