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New campaign launched as LiveLighter marks 10 year anniversary
Burnet awarded grant to develop next generation liver test
Quitting smoking is key to both your own health and health of our environment 15 July
Over 250,000 Australians will die from cancers caused by cigarette smoking over next 25 years
Take burn out of sunscreen testing: experts
Gut bacteria potential key to IBD and colon cancer prevention
‘Pap smears’ can be replaced by do-it-yourself cervical cancer tests
Potentially more effective treatment for HER2 mutant metastatic breast cancer
Emotive approach to new Make Smoking History campaign
New ACON Campaign Encourages LGBTQ People Who Smoke to Embark on Their Quit Journey
“Being a man I looked at it and thought, I’ll be right”
Aussies urged to take half-time toilet break for bowel cancer this State of Origin series
Novel approach identifies highly specific anti-cancer compounds
Call for more smoke-free areas in regional WA
Quitting smoking is key to both your own health and health of our environment
NSW government seizes $1m of illegal e-cigarette products in 19 weeks
New molecular subset of pediatric liver cancer identified
Ludwig MSK study modeling tumor evolution reveals vulnerability for cancer prevention and therapy
Bonniefield champion raises $30,000 for cancer research
Indonesia takes an impressive step toward cervical cancer control
Molecular glue for turning on human cell pluripotency
Cancer Council calls on all political parties to reduce impact of cancer, as federal election campaign gets firmly underway
Quality Control for Single Cell Imaging
Funding boost to Make Smoking History
More than $2.4million in funding to continue to make smoking history
Greater awareness of key bowel cancer risk factors needed, new research finds
Improvements in equity and course completion important for HPV vaccination programs in Australia
Two distinct tuberculosis subtypes IDed – implications for personalized therapy
Backing Cancer Research To Save Lives
Researchers uncover genetic ‘bridge’ to leukemia progression
Study shows sunscreen saves skin
14th BioCon, 15th Bio-Creative Design Contest held online
Baylor Creceives more than $15.6 million in CPRIT funding
Model of human nose shows SARS-CoV-2 and RSV infection
IAEA/WHO statement on Reducing Inequity in Access to Cancer Care through Rays of Hope Initiative
World Cancer Day: closing care gap
February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month
Whole-of-organisation approach vital in Indigenous cancer care
MAPK4, novel therapeutic target for triple-negative breast cancer
Portable prostate cancer test may help reach underserved men
Cancer treatment breakthroughs receive funding
One in five future thyroid cancers linked to excess weight
How you have helped us this year 1 December
SunSmart launches graphic campaign to educate people about UV
Your no-nonsense guide to sunscreen
Nutrition, diet and prostate cancer
NSW EPA urges community to report illegal solarium operators
Some cancer patients missing out on recommended nutrition advice