Children's Cancer Institute

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A 3D printer that can print replicas of different types of cancers and surrounding cells has won one of Australia's major design awards.

Angelica Merlot in the lab

Scientia Fellow Angelica Merlot is determined to outmanoeuvre some of the deadliest cancers.

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Researchers have uncovered crucial link that offers a new and potent way to target childhood cancers.

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Pancreatic and brain cancer researcher Dr Angelica Merlot has been nominated for 2019 NSW Young Woman of the Year.

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A world-leading personalised medicine program will be available to children with high risk brain cancer following new funding for the Zero Childhood Cancer program.

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UNSW researchers are revolutionising medical research by creating virtual reality technology that allows scientists to walk around the landscape of human cells.

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For survival rates of childhood brain cancer to improve, researchers need to adopt strategies similar to those used to tackle leukaemia, writes David Ziegler.

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Personalised medicine for childhood cancers in Australia is a step closer thanks to the Zero Childhood Cancer program’s national clinical trial launched today.

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An initiative aimed at improving outcomes for children with the most difficult-to-treat cancer has received a $20m pledge from Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Professor Glenn Marshall (NHMRC to be credited)

Research into the biology of brain cancer by the Children’s Cancer Institute has been recognised as one of the top 10 medical research projects in Australia.

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