Tailor-made protein drugs in the fight against cancer and other diseases are a step closer, with the Centre for NanoScale Science and Technology at Flinders playing […]
While a diagnosis of cancer naturally tends to concentrate the minds of patients and doctors alike, it shouldn’t be the sole focus of treatment, says a new report.
A fantastic fifty of Flinders runners, naming rights, and an organiser – and previous winner – who is also a Flinders graduate will mean this year’s Fitzy’s 5 has its strongest Flinders flavour yet.
About 600 to 700 operations for oesophageal cancer are performed in Australia each year. In China, 1,200 cases are treated in just one hospital per annum.
Like a book cover, the purpose of a wine label is to attract the buyer’s attention and say something about the characters within the contents.
Medical discoveries with the potential to treat conditions ranging from cancer to Golden Staph have earned two Flinders University researchers a prestigious Tall Poppy Award for 2014.
People with cancer are at higher risk of other chronic health conditions, a new Flinders University study shows.
South Australian Scientist of the Year Professor Graeme Young is calling for more investment on the implementation of existing medical research findings and knowledge.
A Flinders University researcher is searching for answers as to why some leukaemia sufferers live a normal lifespan while others succumb to the disease within months.