Latest cancer screening News

UNSW Secures Over $20m In Clinical Trial Funding
Early onset bowel cancer on the rise
Lung cancer is the deadliest of all cancers, and screening could save many lives − if more people could access it
Miles Government leads nation with new reproductive health leave entitlements
Dr. Shanda Blackmon named director of The Lung Institute at Baylor Medicine
Why the government’s haste in changing the health system could come back to haunt it
QUT partners with Omico to pave the way for precision cancer care in Qld
Silent cancers: here’s what you need to know when there are no obvious symptoms
Devo Manc led to significant improvements across health system, study finds
Your voice matters in shaping the future of cancer care in Queensland
RACGP backs national cancer screening register changes to better tackle lung cancer
World Leading Vaping Legislation Introduced To Parliament
Govt takes action to drive better cancer services
Major gaps in lung cancer services across Australia and New Zealand: study
Cervical Cancer Self-screening Rates At Record High
New findings could be life-changing for genetic syndrome sufferers
Victorians Urged To Keep Up With Cancer Screening Checks
New research shows cancer is expected to remain the leading cause of premature death in Australia over next 25 years
Govt will deliver on expanded breast screening
Chris’s message to others: “Screening can save your life.”
Study reveals gap in cancer screening for First Nations people
New data shows top five cancers projected to affect people in Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District
How does cancer spread to other parts of the body?
‘Cancer-cooling’ protein puts bowel cancer on ice 
How nutrition education can improve health literacy in Australia
Manchester researchers develop first ever guideline for cancer screening in rare muscle disease
You can now order all kinds of medical tests online. Our research shows this is (mostly) a bad idea
Key to young onset bowel cancer may be gut bacteria
Grant to validate blood test for early breast cancer detection
Urgent appeal to advance glaucoma genetic test to save sight
New evidence on cervical cancer screening and treatment for women living with HIV
UW research finds that mailing HPV test kits directly to patients increases cervical cancer screening rates
Cancer Council WA working to improve cancer outcomes in multicultural Western Australians
Cancer Council WA working to improve cancer outcomes in multicultural West Australians
Showing support for our LGBTIQ+ community this PrideFEST
UQ researchers address health challenges with NHMRC grants
Assistant Minister for Health and Aged Care speech
$5 million to achieve equity in cancer screening for First Nations People
Recognising Professor Bruce Armstrong’s lifelong contribution to cancer research
Updated guidelines on eligibility for colorectal cancer screening to reduce the impact of bowel cancer
Cancer Council welcomes National Strategy for the Elimination of Cervical Cancer in Australia
Making history by eliminating cervical cancer in Australia and our region
An inclusive approach to breast cancer screening could save lives
5 things you didn’t realise you need to know about perimenopause
BCM Global Programs to serve as clinical core for NIH Point of Care Technologies Research Network
Review to improve BreastScreen Australia Program
45 is the new 50: Screening age drops due to rising rates of bowel cancer in under 50s
New research can help policymakers prioritise funding needs and allocate resource for cancer