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News: Cancer Council Queensland expands patient transport service in Brisbane

is available at www.cancerqld.org.au or via 13 11 20. For more information about Icon Cancer Centre visit www.iconcancercentre.com.au. ENDS For more information, please contact: Laura McKoy, Manager, Public Relations, Cancer Council Queensland P. (07) 3634 5345 or 0409 001 171…

Skin Cancer

and basal cell skin cancers are sometimes called nonmelanoma skin cancers. Nonmelanoma skin cancer usually responds to treatment and rarely spreads to other parts of the body. Melanoma is more aggressive than most other types of skin cancer. If it…

News: Robotic surgery giving hope to prostate cancer patients

…prostate, breast or ovarian cancer. “If men have questions about their individual risk of prostate cancer, we recommend they speak with their GP to discuss risk factors and pros and cons of prostate cancer testing.” Prostate Cancer Foundation Australia National…

primary cancer

The original cancer. Cells from the primary cancer may break away and be carried to other parts of the body, where secondary cancers may form….

QUEST – Cancer Prevention Program

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Breast Cancer

Cancer starts when cells begin to grow out of control. Cells in nearly any part of the body can become cancer, and can spread to other areas of the body. To learn more about how all cancers start and spread,…

cancer survivor

A person who has finished their active cancer treatment and is free from any signs of cancer.

metastatic neck cancer with unknown primary

Cancer that is found in the lymph nodes of the neck but the primary location cannot be located. It may have started as a head and neck cancer, and is often treated as such….

localised prostate cancer

Cancer that has not spread beyond the prostate gland. Also known as early prostate cancer.