The NSW Cancer Plan is a road map for the NSW health system and community to work together to reduce the burden of cancers.
Updates on what is happening in NSW to reduce the impact of cancer
There are many factors that can increase the risk of lung cancer, but data show a significant amount of Australians only link the disease with tobacco smoking.
Regular mammograms reduce a woman’s risk of breast cancer, but what do they actually involve? Deb Hutton takes you through the process.
A new Sydney conference is focusing on improving collaboration across phase one clinical trials in Australia, with the aim of creating more new treatments for people with cancer.
Since 2003, the Cancer Institute NSW has been working together with all those in the NSW cancer sector to lessen the impact of cancer in the community
The five-year cancer survival rate in NSW continues to improve and is on par with the best health systems in the world
The Institute's initiatives contributed to a decrease in adult smoking from 17.2% in 2010 to 15.6% in 2014
The Cancer Institute NSW has invested more than $200 million in cancer research since 2004
People with cancer in rural NSW receive 85% of their healthcare within their Local Health District
NSW Health has a NSW Cancer Treatment Inquiry Line — 1800 940 633 — for people with concerns about their cancer treatment. Read more at NSW Health.