Engage featured at Conference

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This year the Survivorship Conference was again held in Adelaide in February. The conference brings together a diverse group of clinicians, researchers, policy makers and consumers from around Australia and beyond to make a lasting impact on the lives of those affected by cancer. The theme this year was “Cancer … Read More

Work after cancer


A new web resource to support return to work after cancer has been established by the team at the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer, supported by Cancer Australia. The online resource http://workaftercancer.com.au/ is aimed at supporting work during and after cancer diagnosis. The web resource is a result of … Read More

Immogen does it again


How many 14 year olds do you know that spend their time raising funds and awareness for cancer charities?  How many are committed to making cancer a disease of the past? Brighton local Immogen Newcombe-Bennion is an exceptional young woman and someone her classmates can look up to. In the … Read More

Advanced GIST Study – many lives changed


An article by Professor John Zalcberg OAM The impending closure of the Advanced GIST Study, a randomised phase III international study of imatinib in metastatic or locally advanced gastrointestinal stromal tumours (GIST), reflects a critical milestone in the management of this disease.  The AGITG was fortunate to be involved at … Read More

I’m lucky to be here


Jason Kuenz is a house painter in Kallangur, QLD and loves to keep himself busy. Ever since he was diagnosed with stomach cancer in 2012 and again in 2013, he has been determined to do as many things as possible with his life. “I was going to my GP in … Read More