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Starch variety may counter red meat cancer risk

Eating a kind of starch that acts like fibre may help counter the increased bowel cancer risk of …

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Broadcaster knows Life Matters

Broadcaster Dr Julie Browning is running for GI cancer research because she knows Life Matters.  That’s the name …

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Paul Hargreaves: innovator, adventurer, survivor

Paul Hargreaves ONZM, a founder of the GI Cancer Institute New Zealand, has died. He was a leading …

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Excess weight increases cancer risk

Being overweight or obese  increases the risk of developing ten of the most common cancers – including three …

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Jane Irwin: walking inspiration

Jane Irwin is an inspiration for GI cancer carers. After losing her father to pancreatic cancer, Jane lost …

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Daily Aspirin may cut GI cancer risk

A new study finds taking aspirin for ten years could significantly reduce the risk of gastro-intestinal cancers – …

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Paul puts Gutsy runners in the picture

Photographer Paul McMillan is putting our Gutsy Challenge fundraisers squarely in the picture. Paul, Sydney-based owner/operator of Illustro …

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5 fruit & veg a day is enough: review

An American-Chinese research review has backed the World Health Organization’s claim that five servings a day of fresh …

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Clayton Utz Foundation helps Engage community

A Clayton Utz Foundation grant of $5,000 will help the GI Cancer Institute extend our Engage Community Forums …

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Gutsy Trainer – Cameron Paulinich

Gutsy runners raising money for the GI Cancer Institute have been enjoying the benefits of free training donated …

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