Latest blood cancer News

New Zealand invests in cutting edge cancer R&D
Bright ideas among $31M Australian Government funding boost
Telix Pharmaceuticals acquires Swiss-German counterpart
Venclexta PBS listed as first line therapy for Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia patients unfit for chemotherapy
Exercise found to reduce menopausal symptoms in cancer survivors
Charity golf day supports leukaemia research
Highly Cited Researchers
A better test for tumor-targeting of CAR-T therapies
Two families unite to leave a lasting legacy
Cancer treatment could be replicated for COVID-19
Prime Minister’s Prizes celebrate best of Australian science
Leukaemia researcher Professor Andrew Roberts joint winner of Ramaciotti Medal
New approach to fighting cancer could reduce costs and side effects
New therapeutic target identified for rare virus-associated lymphomas
New strategic action plan for blood cancers
Australia’s first strategic action plan for blood cancers
Blood cancer diagnoses up 38% while regional patients face biggest barriers to survival
CAR-T cell therapy shows promising results against Hodgkin lymphoma
Monash University scientists engineer low-cost immunotherapies
$1.62 million for rare cancer research
UNSW to lead new drug trial for rare blood cancer
UNSW to lead trial of new drug for rare blood cancer
Blood cancer find raises new treatment hopes
Queen’s Birthday Honour for blood cancer researcher
Expanded PBS medicines listings to provide new treatment options for over 170,000 asthmatics
New combination therapy now reimbursed for Australians living with incurable blood cancer
Blood cancer researcher elected Academy Fellow
$10.6 million in crucial health and medical research
New follow-up models to bring cancer care closer to home
Four new projects announced for National Drug Discovery Centre
Killing ‘sleeper cells’ may enhance breast cancer therapy
Research brings new knowledge of Graft-versus-host disease mechanisms
Breakthrough medicines now available for blood cancer, breast cancer, HIV and epilepsy, saving patients up to $194,000
Australians living with an incurable blood cancer set to receive new reimbursed treatment option
Kiwis living with an incurable blood cancer set to receive newly reimbursed treatment option
Keeping stomach cancer at bay
Mayor Leigh Dunscombe wields clippers for World’s Greatest Shave
New technology helps in hunt for new cancer drug combinations
New front opened in fight against common cancer driver
Stepping up for a good cause
New Zealand falling behind rest of world in cancer treatment
UniSA showcases new research in a bid to beat cancer
Cashen named Institutional Review Board chair
Monash research underpins Pfizer deal to develop cancer drugs
New childhood cancer research examines stage of cancer at diagnosis
Eureka prizewinning researchers win grant with Japan
New blood cancer study: Burden of Myeloproliferative Neoplasms in Australia revealed
Hit105’s Abby Coleman to shave her hair for Leukaemia research