UNSW’s Centre for Big Data Research in Health has a new and improved way to estimate the numbers of cancers that could be avoided if Australians changed their lifestyles.
In cancer, immune cells infiltrate tumours – but it hasn’t been known which immune cells exit the tumour or where they go next.
It’s a conversation preoccupying cancer researchers: how do we turn around the declining participation in quality of life studies?
UNSW researchers working on some of the most aggressive cancers including neuroblastoma, leukaemia, and pancreatic and breast tumours have received major backing from The Cancer Institute NSW.
UNSW-led researchers have discovered that pancreatic tumours use unique genetic solutions to drive their growth, providing a new target to test tumour sensitivity to drugs.
Cancer Council NSW’s latest advice to strictly regulate electronic cigarettes like tobacco products is well meaning, but misguided and could be harmful, writes Colin Mendelsohn.
Workforce changes, work intensification and workload stress within the oncology profession are taking their toll on staff, with implications for patient care, UNSW research has found.
People with cancer are exposed to many, often misrepresented, ideas about cancer that can induce stress and even shame, write Alexandra Gibson, Alex Broom and Zarnie Lwin.
A new psychological intervention has been shown to significantly reduce melanoma survivors’ fear of their cancer returning, according to UNSW-led research published today.
One in ten cancer patients will face fertility issues after treatment, but less than 50% are given options to preserve fertility. And those who are offered options can face significant cost barriers, write Antoinette Anazodo and Brigitte Gerstl.