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We are seeking participants for interviews with one of the ScreenEQUAL team to talk with us about their experiences of providing a cervical screening test for a person with intellectual disability.
A study published this month in Digital Health, led by Professor Stacy Carter Director of University of Wollongong’s Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and
On 17 July 2023, the Daffodil Centre hosted a symposium and morning tea to celebrate two years as a joint venture between Cancer Council NSW
Daffodil Centre provides evidence-based research and modelling to guide liver cancer prevention and early detection in Australia
Australia has a pathway to improved liver cancer outcomes, following the release last week of the country’s first ever national Roadmap to Liver Cancer Control
The Daffodil Centre welcomes the appointment of Professor of Practice and Cervical Cancer and HPV stream co-lead, Professor Deborah Bateson AM, as a Member of
New research from the Daffodil Centre, a joint venture between Cancer Council NSW and the University of Sydney, shows the Australian Government target of 5%
Congratulations to Professor Emmanuel (Manos) Stamatakis from the School of Health Sciences at the Charles Perkins Centre and collaborators for a landmark study published in
Daffodil Centre welcomes Australian Government commitment to introduce lung cancer screening program
The introduction of a national lung cancer screening program announced by federal Minister for Health Mark Butler today could be a gamechanger for cancer outcomes,
Congratulations to A/Prof Marianne Weber – ‘best oral presentation’ at Australian Lung Cancer Conference
The Daffodil Centre congratulates A/Professor Marianne Weber for winning the Georgia Smith Award for best oral presentation at the Australian Lung Cancer Conference, recently held
Saturday 4 February is World Cancer Day, convened each year by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) to raise awareness about the impact of