Working together to lessen the impact of cancer
Keep up with the latest news, information and initiatives relating to cancer control in NSW.
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Find key statistics about specific cancer types and how we are working in partnership with organisations across the state to lessen the impact of cancer in the community.
Cancer research in NSW is providing the evidence that drives rapid improvement in cancer prevention, treatment and ultimately survival outcomes.
Detecting cancer early or changing behaviours so that we prevent a cancer diagnosis in the first place can limit the impact of cancer on our lives.
Keeping health professionals informed of the latest treatment methods and improving the quality of care patients receive is vital in improving cancer outcomes.
Cancer touches everyone in one way or another. Find out how you can better understand cancer, how it behaves and the treatment options available.
Improvements in cancer control must be based on the latest clinical evidence. Access the Cancer Institute’s statistics module or learn more about the information we collect and analyse to identify the latest cancer trends.
The Cancer Institute NSW is Australia’s first statewide cancer control agency. We are dedicated to lessening the impact of cancer by keeping as many people off the cancer journey as possible, and improving outcomes in cancer diagnosis, treatment, care and ultimately, survival.
In our latest campaign, Terrie tells us about the impact smoking has had on her daily life after she was diagnosed with throat cancer and had her voice box removed.
NSW men over the age of 50 are three times as likely to die from melanoma as women of the same age and are slacking on the basic sun protection measures.
The data revolution is providing big opportunities for scientists to uncover unique insights in cancer causes and treatments.
Dr Marina Pajic and Dr Mark Cowley from the Garvan Institute for Medical Research were awarded Cancer Institute NSW Fellowships this year, each ranked as top applicant in their category. Associate Pro...
Health Minister and Minister for Medical Research Jillian Skinner today announced grant funding of $15.5 million to enable 26 researchers to explore new ways to prevent, detect, treat and better manag...
The Cancer Institute NSW says it would be an outrage if women were deterred from regular screening mammograms as a result of a Canadian study which reported little difference in mortality rates betwee...
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