Latest leukaemia News

Mum, I’ve got this. You don’t need to worry
New research identifies more effective weapon against blood cancers
Putting brakes on bowel cancer
AstraZeneca demonstrates pipeline and portfolio strength across malignant and rare haematological diseases
Calquence plus obinutuzumab demonstrated sustained survival benefit
Taking on blood cancer – actively
Bridgestone Maintains Most Trusted Tyre Brand status across Australia and New Zealand
Race receives human ethics approval for new trial
AstraZeneca aims to transform oncology treatment landscape with diverse early pipeline and novel combinations
$8M Snow Fellowship for finding new cancer treatments
Landmark PBS listing for Australians with leukaemia
Calquence reduced risk of disease progression or death by 71% vs. standard of care combinations
It’s not all in their DNA: cancer cells with same genome can behave differently
New treatment for Australians with leukaemia
‘Tis season to say ‘yes’
Book launch for latest Hungerford Award winner
‘Superhero’ stems tide of leukaemia
Australian Health Protection Principal Committee statement on recommendations for managing Covid health risks
Haynes Group raises over $10,000 shaving in support of blood cancer
Venclexta PBS listed as first line therapy for Chronic Lymphocytic Leukaemia patients unfit for chemotherapy
PBS support for Australians living with leukaemia
Cancer Directory is no longer available
Survival protein may prevent collateral damage during cancer therapy
Charity golf day supports leukaemia research
Persistence pays off for Hungerford Award winner
Curtin awards Kerry Stokes an Honorary Doctorate of Science
Budget fails to deliver real investment in nursing, midwifery and aged care
Guaranteeing essential services
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
Tests show potential for medicinal cannabis to kill cancer cells
PolyU discovers effect of chemical compound PTU on autophagy in zebrafish embryos
Dry July – a doubly good idea
$1.62 million for rare cancer research
Treatment for incurable diseases receives $5.9 million research injection
$20 million gift to establish a cancer immunotherapy laboratory
Blood cancer find raises new treatment hopes
Targeting childhood cancer
Queen’s Birthday Honour for blood cancer researcher
Blood cancer researcher elected Academy Fellow
Research shines spotlight on health woes of Mururoa veterans and their children
Male infertility expert joins Hudson Institute
Research brings new knowledge of Graft-versus-host disease mechanisms
Mayor Leigh Dunscombe wields clippers for World’s Greatest Shave
State’s top emergency services cadets and their mentors honoured
Stepping up for a good cause
More cancer medicines for more people