Working together to lessen the impact of cancer
Keep up-to-date 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.
We are dedicated to keeping people off the cancer journey by encouraging preventative behaviours, symptom awareness and screening.
We inform quality cancer care by giving health professionals the latest evidence-based treatments and safety standards.
We are committed to changing the face of cancer for people living with cancer, their families, and for the NSW community.
We provide meaningful information to influence real change across the health system, with more than 40 years of cancer-related data on record.
The Cancer Institute NSW is Australia’s first statewide cancer control agency. Established in 2003, we are dedicated to lessening the impact of cancer on our community and the health system.
As Australia observes National Skin Cancer Action Week, the Pretty Shady campaign is back for its third year since it was established in 2013.
An artwork project that engaged women from Sydney's Arabic and Chinese communities in the BreastScreen program has been awarded the state's first 'Arts and Health Award' at the NSW Health Awards.
What’s worse – hearing that you have lung cancer or having to say it to your children? That’s the hard truth about tobacco-related illness that’s being shared with smokers and their families in the ‘W...
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