The COVID-19 pandemic is an opportunity to expand cancer survivorship services by maintaining and building better digital and telehealth systems, a Flinders University expert says in […]
An Australian study is set to deliver a world-first model of care to reduce cardiovascular disease in breast cancer survivors. Cardiovascular disease is Australia’s biggest killer […]
The importance of a healthy lifestyle following a cancer diagnosis is just as significant as its role in minimising cancer risk. Flinders cancer experts warned this […]
On top of worrying about treatments and side effects, many people with cancer also worry about the cost of their care. In a new study, Australian […]
Flinders Health Research Week opens a public window into the world-class health and medical research achievements of the precinct south of Adelaide. For the second consecutive […]
The Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer is running a national cancer survivorship conference.
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.
Flinders University staff and alumni have once again been recognised for their major contribution to Australian society in this year’s Australia Day awards and honours.
Maintenance of bone health is an important issue for cancer survivors, yet it is currently poorly managed, according to Flinders University medical oncologist Professor Bogda Koczwara.