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News: Queensland researchers discover cancer kill switch for breast cancer subtype

Women with particular sub-types of breast cancer have been given new hope, thanks to a discovery by Queensland researchers identifying a new way to kill certain types of cancer cells. Funded by Cancer Council Queensland, a University of Queensland study…

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News: Number of Australians living with or beyond cancer to surge 72% by 2040: 1 in 18 Australians will have a personal history of cancer

will be living with or have survived cancer, Cancer Council will continue to work with the community to support our survivors. Many older cancer survivors will be living with the long-term effects of cancer and its treatment alongside other chronic…

News: Cancer Council Queensland committed to supporting cancer patients during COVID-19 pandemic

well-being of cancer patients and their carers. Cancer Council Queensland’s Cancer Counselling Service has been providing telephone counselling to people affected by a cancer diagnosis, their family and friends since 2004 and telephone counselling remains an integral part of our…

News: Weekend warriors: Minimise sports drinks, refuel with water

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Cancer Clinical Trials Support Scheme

in eligible cancer clinical trials supported through the Scheme Through the Cancer Clinical Trials Support Scheme, Cancer Council Queensland actively supports cancer research, improving cancer treatments and supporting cancer patients. The Cancer Clinical Trials Support Scheme plays an essential role…

bowel cancer

Cancer of the large bowel; also known as colorectal cancer, colon cancer or rectal cancer.

News: Boost your nutrition to ward off winter cold and flus

…protect your body from billions of bacteria, viruses, and other germs. Living with cancer increases your risk for complications from influenza, so people currently going through treatment, or who have a personal history of cancer, and people who live with…