Latest childhood cancer News

New research identifies which T cells patrol body
‘Outstanding’ childhood cancer scientist awarded for research
New organisation to tackle under-researched, underfunded and highly neglected fatal disease
Is proton therapy silver bullet for children with brain cancer?
Anti-depressant repurposed to treat childhood cancer
Leap forward for brain research
Supporting CanTeen on National Bandana Day
Study shows how exercise stalls cancer growth through immune system
Mum’s heartfelt reason for backing children’s brain tumour research
Persistence pays off for Hungerford Award winner
Foundation Day 2020 marked by tribute to our University community
Impact grants propel novel research
CAR NKT cells offer a promising novel immunotherapy for solid tumors
Childhood cancer precision medicine program shows ‘optimistic early results’
Budget 2020-21: Record health and aged care investment under Australia’s COVID-19 pandemic plan
Congratulating our Queensland GP award winners
Indigenous science celebrated in CSIRO finalists for Eureka Prizes
$9 Million for research into cancer in children and young adults
UNSW finalists announced in 2020 Eureka Prizes
First of its kind medicine harnesses DNA profile to target cancer
Blood cancer diagnoses up 38% while regional patients face biggest barriers to survival
Blocking copper uptake in tumour cells may help boost immune system and fight deadliest of cancers
Blocking copper uptake in tumour cells may be clue to boosting immune system – fighting deadliest of cancers
Immunity to COVID-19 is probably higher than tests have shown
Former Wallaby Phil Kearns appointed Executive Director, Rugby World Cup 2027 Bid
Coles and Redkite scholarships to help Aussie kids with cancer
Scientists discover way to stop spread of devastating childhood cancer
Targeting childhood cancer
Zurich Australia and OnePath Life support 20 charities with COVID-19 response funding
$67 million for personalised treatments for every child with cancer
Researchers engineer better way to target leukemia cells
2020 NSW Women of Year Awards
Cancer Council NSW awards over $9 million of funding to innovative cancer research
Children’s cancer researcher awarded NSW Premier’s Woman of Year
Egg stem cells do not exist, new study shows
AFL Stars Kick for Kids
Study reveals elevated cancer risk in children with birth defects
Camp Quality welcomes funding commitment on better support for cancer-impacted families