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non-epithelial ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer that does not start in the lining of the ovary. Types include germ cell ovarian cancer and sex-cord stromal cancer….

epithelial ovarian cancer

Cancer that starts in the epithelium of the ovary.

Blog: Cancer Council Queensland announce the next round of $4 million dollar cancer research grants targeting melanoma and ovarian cancer

below. The ECHO trial: A randomised, controlled trial evaluating the effect of exercise during chemotherapy for ovarian cancer on survival and health resource use Lead investigator: Professor Sandi Hayes Administering Institution: Griffith University Ovarian cancer has the worst survival rates…

News: World Cancer Day: Cancer leaders call for equal access to reduce premature cancer deaths by 25%

Cancer Council Queensland has joined with cancer leaders, health professionals and supporters across the world calling for urgent action to reduce the rate of premature cancer deaths globally, with diagnostic and treatment access to be prioritised. World Cancer Day (Sunday,…

ovarian cancer

Cancer that starts in the ovaries. There are several different types of ovarian cancer, including epithelial and nonepithelial cancers….

Get Moving with Team CCQ

your contribution goes a long way. As a community we can make a difference to the one in two Queenslanders diagnosed with cancer. Your efforts will help Cancer Council Queensland continue to fund vital cancer research, prevention and support services….

News: Ponytail Project calls on students to rock the chop for cancer

sign up to rock the chop!” To register for Ponytail Project, or find out more information, students and schools should visit ponytailproject.com.au. More information about Cancer Council Queensland is available at cancerqld.org.au or Cancer Council’s 13 11…

Health Professional Cancer Network

Health professionals play a key role in cancer control through cancer prevention, early detection, cancer diagnosis and treatment, survivorship and palliative care. Cancer Council Queensland aims to reduce the incidence of cancer, to diagnose cancer early, and enhance the standard of care for people impacted by cancer by engaging with health professionals and providing access to information and educational opportunities.

Health professionals play a key role in cancer control through cancer prevention, early detection, cancer diagnosis and treatment, survivorship and palliative care. Cancer Council Queensland aims to reduce the incidence of cancer, to diagnose cancer early, and enhance the standard…