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Learn more about how to get involved in your cancer treatment and make informed decisions.

Aboriginal people with colorectal cancer had poorer survival rates than non-Aboriginal people in NSW, although rates of surgical treatment, complications and follow-up colonoscopy were similar.

Four ways to improve your cancer care - What to discuss with your doctor about your cancer treatment and care.

People suspected of or diagnosed with pancreatic cancer who require surgery should have it at a hospital that performs at least 6 pancreatectomies per year

This patterns of care study found that there was a decrease in overall survival in penile cancer patients treated in lower volume surgery centres in NSW.

Today, retired police officer Warwick Brown is enjoying spending time with family and travelling. Only a few years ago, however, pancreatic cancer was threatening to disrupt his future.

Learn more about T.I.P.S. - a four-point guide to help you have better conversations with your patient about their cancer care.

Women in NSW with ovarian cancer, cervical cancer and other gynaecological cancers should be assessed & treated at one of these 7 specialist gynaecological oncology centres.

Clinical trials in NSW test innovative new treatments and interventions. They are essential for the development of new and improved treatment options for cancer patients.