Mortality among people with cancer who survive at least five years after diagnosis is higher than for the general population, particularly in terms of cardiovascular disease-related […]
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.