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.
Smoking rates in Aboriginal communities in Australia are more than double the rest of the population, but the Aboriginal Quitline is aiming to close the gap.
An Australian-first campaign is aiming to reduce barriers for lesbian, bisexual and queer (LBQ) women and trans, gender diverse and non-binary people screening for cervical cancer.
What can young researchers do to help themselves succeed in a cancer research career? Dr Matt Dun has four tips.
Improving the future for children with cancer in NSW will be a key focus of new funding from the Cancer Institute NSW, announced today by Minister for Health and Medical Research, Brad Hazzard.
A quarter of a million people are expected to be diagnosed with cancer over the next five years, and 80,000 people are estimated to die by 2021, new Cancer Institute NSW figures highlight.
Heading into a new year is a great time to start some new, healthy habits, and the benefits can go beyond just looking and feeling good. Here are a few.
Over half of all smokers in NSW said they intended to quit smoking at New Year’s Eve – here are five tips to help make it happen in 2017.