Australia has one of the highest rates of bowel cancer in the world, so regular colonoscopies are recommended for people at higher risk. A new study […]
Australian women are invited to become citizen scientists as a part of a Flinders University study, supported by Council SA and Flinders Foundation, that seeks to […]
Better drug treatments and diagnoses, and solutions for prostate cancer and multiple myeloma, are among Flinders University research projects funded in this year’s $3 million Beat […]
A new research project that will improve treatment for the most deadly types of gut cancer has been successful in the latest round of Beat Cancer […]
A free online self-help tool to support people recently diagnosed with cancer has been launched in South Australia. The program, developed by Flinders University researcher Dr […]
Effective cancer care needs more than medical treatments and should incorporate evidence-based psycho-social interventions, says 2017 South Australian Tall Poppy of Science Dr Lisa Beatty. With […]
Surfing the web for helpful advice and support to get through cancer is one click away with the launch of a new Flinders open-access website.
A new Flinders University project will explore whether oestrogen can protect against, or halt the progression of, oesophageal cancer.