Researchers have identified genetic tests that predict which cancer patients may benefit from the drugs in combination with chemotherapy.
A study in human cell lines reveals cancer cells can activate a force-generating mechanism to survive a cancer therapy.
The $1 million grant will support research to move beyond standard chemotherapy toward more effective and targeted treatments for leukaemia.
Finances need to be a bigger part of our conversation about cancer, UNSW Sydney researchers say.
Researchers have demonstrated a new treatment method for leukaemia, in cell culture and mice.
A simple tool shows promise for identifying cancer survivors struggling with concerns their cancer will return.
New research on inflammation could lead to better treatments to improve outcomes for people with advanced or previously untreatable cancers.
The Zero Childhood Cancer Program (ZERO) will this month begin a progressive expansion to become available to all Australians aged 0 to 18 years with cancer, by the end of the year.
While statistics tell us the proportion of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with cancer who die is increasing, the reality is likely worse.
Professor John Pimanda receives the new Translational Program Grant for his team’s work with acute myeloid leukaemia.