The effectiveness of Australia’s acclaimed bowel cancer screening tests won’t be adversely compromised if samples are posted in hot weather, provided a timely postal service, according […]
As doctors and researchers discuss whether to push recommended bowel cancer colonoscopy surveillance intervals out beyond five years, new research has found those at a higher […]
Extending the recommended time between surveillance colonoscopies from 5 years to 10 years for people who have had precursor lesions, such as polyps, removed may increase […]
Only 40% of people who receive free National Bowel Cancer Screening kits actually complete them – with men younger than 70 having the lowest rates of […]
Flinders cancer experts have been awarded a major $553,196 grant to improve the survival and recovery of colorectal cancer patients via a simple blood test. Chief […]
Flinders University’s past and present staff and graduates have been praised for their outstanding contributions to the community is this year’s Australia Day honours, with a total of 16 awards given to University affiliates.
Flinders University health experts are calling on the Federal Government to accelerate the roll out of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program.
The Australian Cancer Research Foundation Cancer Prevention Unit at Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer was launched this morning by Health Minister John Hill.