A team of Australian scientists has presented evidence that a new blood test for bowel cancer based on two genes that “leak” into the blood can detect 65 per cent of bowel cancer cases.
Flinders researchers in conjunction with the CSIRO are on the hunt for baby poo, which they hope may hold the key to treating one of the developing world’s most common childhood killers – acute diarrhoea.
Flinders University health experts are calling on the Federal Government to accelerate the roll out of the National Bowel Cancer Screening Program.
Flinders University has honoured a group of its most eminent professors with the inaugural award of the title of “Matthew Flinders Distinguished Professor”.
The Australian Cancer Research Foundation Cancer Prevention Unit at Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer was launched this morning by Health Minister John Hill.
Professor Graeme Young is leading a global project to determine the best way to use zinc in the fight against childhood deaths from diarrhoea.
Flinders University researchers expect to have clear evidence by the end of this year on the role that the humble cow could play in boosting the […]