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Unicorn shows collaboration is key to success

John and Simone Leyden were changed forever by the loss of their sister Kate to a rare GI …

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Resource aims to Rekindle sex after cancer

Cancer and sex.  These are two words not typically associated.  Unfortunately, after cancer treatment ends many cancer survivors …

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Join us: Help raise awareness of GI cancers

The GI Cancer Institute is seeking volunteers from Sydney and Melbourne to form committees to assist with the …

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Sarah rides a wave and refuses to get off

Sarah McGoram has been “riding the wave of medical research” for a long time now and she “doesn’t …

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Rare tumour trial opens first Australian site

AGITG’s clinical trial on treatments of the rare and elusive Gastro-Intestinal Stromal Tumour (GIST) has opened its first …

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Gutsy NRL star aims to raise awareness

Rugby League star Robbie Farah has spoken on Sydney radio 2SM about his support for cancer research and …

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Survivor meeting explores recovery, resilience

The second national Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer Survivorship Conference was held at the Adelaide Convention Centre …

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Tweens’ weight adds oesophageal cancer risk

A study of a quarter of a million children has shown being overweight from age 9-13 can increase …

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Rachel takes Dad’s memory to African heights

Rachel Livingston will take her Dad’s memory to the top of Mt Kilimanjaro in November. Rachel’s father, John …

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Distinguished Australians add quality advice

Two distinguished Australians from Western Australia and Victoria have joined our Consumer Advisory Panel (CAP). Born in Perth, …

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