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Language barriers are preventing people in south western Sydney from taking part in potentially life-changing cancer clinical trials, a new study suggests.

A Translational Cancer Research Centre linking leading research and clinical centres in south-west Sydney.

A Translational Cancer Research Centre linking leading research and clinical centres in south-east Sydney.

Funding of translational cancer research ensures the research discoveries are translated into real life public benefit.

The sixth annual Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference 2017 is a free conference for health professionals across NSW. The conference is on Thursday, 14 September 2017. This year's keynote speaker is Dr Graham Warren.

What if we could change the environment within an ovarian cancer tumour, stopping the growth of the disease?

The study is aiming to help people with head and neck cancers and their caregivers, as well as members of head and neck cancer multidisciplinary teams.

The TCRC program established in 2011 enables more rapid uptake of cancer related research to improve patient care and health systems.

Find out more about each of the Translational Cancer Research Centres and what they contribute to cancer research and collaboration in NSW.

Investing in translational cancer research improves the treatment and support of people affected by cancer through patient-focused research.