New research from the Daffodil Centre – Migrants have a higher burden of cancer compared to Australian-born residents

Migrants have a higher burden of cancer compared to Australian-born residents (April 2022).   New research shows higher rates of stomach, liver and cervical cancer in specific migrant communities in Australia compared with the general population, highlighting a need for targeted services to reduce disparities in cancer outcomes. The study was led by a team from the…

New research by the Daffodil Centre – 1.4 million Australians will die of cancer in the next 25 years unless governments intervene now 

New research by the Daffodil Centre, a joint venture of Cancer Council NSW and the University of Sydney, shows that 1.45 million Australians will die of cancer over the 25-year period from 2020-2044 without major new government investments in prevention, early detection and patient care. The study, published in the Lancet Public Health, is the largest and…

NSW Cancer Conference 2022: 15-16 September 2022

NSW Cancer Conference 2022: 15-16 September 2022 at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth. This inaugural conference is being organised by Sydney Cancer Partners, Maridulu Budyari Gumal – SPHERE and NSW Regional Health Partners, The conference represents a significant milestone for cancer research in NSW, providing a state-wide, cross institutional meeting focused on cancer research. The event…