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Better diagnosis to improve breast cancer treatment

Breast cancer patients will soon have a better chance of fighting the disease thanks to new pathology guidelines created by […]

National cancer screening programs reduce the risk of death from breast, cervic…

People with breast, cervical and bowel cancers detected through national cancer screening programs have better cancer survival outcomes than those […]

New online tool to help women understand their individual breast cancer risk

iPrevent is a new, web-based tool to help Australian women understand their personal breast cancer risk and act on it. […]

New blood test that screens for eight common cancers

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center have developed a single blood test that screens for eight common cancer types and […]

Australian women encouraged to take part in new cervical screening program

Cancer Council is encouraging eligible Australian women to take part in the renewed national cervical cancer screening program which started […]

New cancer biomarkers report – molecular fingerprint for prostate cancer

Six cancers that claim more than 23,000 Australian lives each year should be prioritised for research that makes it possible to […]

Fast tracking lung cancer diagnosis

A new initiative is successfully encouraging those at higher risk of lung cancer to act sooner when symptoms appear. Experts […]

Act on bowel cancer

While Australia continues to have among the highest rates of bowel cancer in the world, only two in five eligible […]

Cancer investigations should consider evolution as a cause

The reasons people and animals develop cancer in some organs but not in others may have more to do with […]

Decision making for breast cancer patients

When women receive a breast cancer diagnosis they face choices not only about their immediate treatment, but also about how […]
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