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New research shows cancer is expected to remain the leading cause of premature death in Australia over next 25 years
Total of 1.58 million premature deaths from cancer projectedNew research by the Daffodil Centre predicts that unless there are changes in health policy and practice,
While prevention through tobacco control remains the primary investment in further reducing mortality rates due to lung cancer, earlier detection also has great potential to
New Daffodil Centre research shows WHO screening guidelines could reduce cervical cancer death rates by more than 63%
New research, led by the Daffodil Centre and published in the journal Nature Medicine, shows cervical cancer death rates in low-to-middle-income countries could be reduced
The successful recipients of the Sydney Cancer Partners Pilot Study and Seed Grant schemes have been announced. Two Daffodil Centre researchers are among those awarded
Australia is stepping up its global leadership in the elimination of cervical cancer, with the announcement today of a $12.5 million Australian Government regional aid grant
Australia now has a roadmap towards improved early detection of breast cancer, with the launch of a landmark Commonwealth-funded report led by a research team
Researchers at the Daffodil Centre are Chief Investigators on three pivotal National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Centre’s of Research Excellence (CRE) in the
In June 2022, the most comprehensive cancer incidence and mortality projections ever produced in Australia were published in The Lancet Public Health.
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