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Lower radiation doses could have big impact on cancer treatment

VectorLAB, a joint venture collaboration of physicists from the University of Sydney and Chris O’Brien Lifehouse, has developed a theoretical […]

Exercise is the best medicine for cancer patients

ACU’s Prue Cormie has led the national push for cancer patients to be prescribed exercise medicine in a dramatic change […]

Evidence drives sweeping changes to melanoma treatment recommendations

Updated national clinical guidelines recommend not performing major lymph node surgery routinely for low-volume melanoma in lymph nodes, and active […]

New cancer monitoring technology worth its weight in gold

A new blood test using gold nanoparticles could soon give oncologists an early and more accurate prognosis of how cancer […]

Technology holds personalised cancer vaccine breakthrough

University of Queensland researchers have developed a vaccine delivery technology that enables treatment to be tailored precisely for different cancers. […]

Light-activated cancer drugs without toxic side effects: fresh insight

Led by Robbin Vernooij, a joint PhD student from the Monash Warwick Alliance, fresh insight has been gained into how a […]

Financial pressure toxic for those with cancer

Experts presenting at a cancer conference discussed the financial pressures that people diagnosed with cancer face – and how it […]

Exercise prescription for people with cancer

Experts presenting at a cancer conference shed new light on the benefits of exercise for those who have been diagnosed […]

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 […]

Cardiac-toxic shock for cancer patients

Cancer patients have a high chance of heart failure within 12 months of diagnosis and subsequent chemotherapy treatment. The Heart […]