Cate and Bronte supporting research

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Olympians Cate and Bronte Campbell will make a special appearance at the Relays 4 Research Swim Meet to be held on March 19 at Dunlop Pool, Corinda, QLD from 7:00am — 9:00am. Cate and Bronte are participating in the meet in support of Dr Melissa Eastgate, Medical Oncologist at the … Read More

Spotlight on our new Fellow

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The GI Cancer Institute has welcomed two new Research Fellows for 2017. This month we talked to Dr Namrata Nayar about her interest in GI cancer and what she hopes to achieve during her Fellowship over the next year. Why did you decide to focus on GI cancer? Dr Nayar: … Read More

Running 200km for research

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When Sophia Hamblin Wang’s Aunty Helen was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in August last year, Sophia was consumed with feelings of helplessness and anger. “I was incredibly upset by Aunty Helen’s diagnosis,” says Sophia. “She has dedicated her life to caring for others and I thought it was totally unfair … Read More

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

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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