cancer

John Pimanda

Professor John Pimanda receives the new Translational Program Grant for his team’s work with acute myeloid leukaemia.

DNA double helix. Genetic cancer risk.

Understanding the genetic basis of sarcoma will allow earlier detection and better guide treatment. 

Bacon frying on barbecue

Processed meats are a staple in Australian diets, but according to experts at UNSW Sydney they contribute to cancer risk.

Person receiving vaccination

Clinical trial results for a new melanoma vaccine are promising, but UNSW Sydney experts say key questions still need to be answered.

Circulating tumour cells

Researchers at UNSW Sydney are developing safer, less invasive approaches to biopsy tumours.

father and daughter doing exercise in living room

A self-paced digital health program has potential to help survivors of childhood cancer build healthy lifestyle behaviours.

young adult female cancer patient wearing headscarf looking out window

A self-guided digital intervention is showing promise for helping cancer survivors manage their post-treatment uncertainty.

Elgene Lim

Professor Elgene Lim has been recognised for his outstanding outcomes in breast cancer research.

Woman who recently underwent cancer treatment wearing a headscarf

The findings come as welcome news as NSW lockdowns continue – but future cancer treatment patterns will depend on how current infection rates develop.

blood awaits testing in vials in a rack

Promising research shows scientists can identify a key cancer biomarker – PD-L1 – in blood.

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