Medicine

How do people get cancer?

What is cancer – the deadly disease that affects the lives of millions of people around the world each year? And… why do some people get it, and others not? 

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Eradicating a virus from the community requires everyone to have access to prevention, as is the case with tuberculosis. So why not HIV?

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students get a taste of life at UNSW Sydney during an intensive three-and-a-half week residential program

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UNSW's Dr Ursula Sansom-Daly has received a $60,000 grant to develop a training program for healthcare professionals on how to have end-of-life conversations with young cancer patients.

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Medicine undergraduate Aengus Tran is using AI to help embryologists improve IVF pregnancy rates.

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To mark a new family milestone, UNSW medical graduates and PhD students Emily He and Louis Wang decided to submit their doctoral theses on the same day, accompanied by their children.

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There is no evidence to support the efficacy of any of the 17 most popular "alternative" therapies, writes John Dwyer

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UNSW medical student Andrew Fong is the founder and driving force behind MiniEpi, a more compact and easier-to-use adrenaline device for people with life-threatening allergies.

global health

The George Institute for Global Health and UNSW have announced their intention to form a strategic collaboration to bolster high-impact medical research and transform lives around the world, a priority of both organisations.

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Five UNSW researchers have been recognised for their distinguished achievements by being elected as Fellows of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. 

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