NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard has announced a $1 million funding boost for the Zero Childhood Cancer program. The money will support an immunotherapy trial for children with brain cancer.
In a landmark moment for brain cancer research, the Australian Government has established a $100 million fund to search for cures and support clinical trials.
Two of our top researchers have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to science and innovation.
How we got to now in our understanding of MRP1, a protein that ejects chemotherapy drugs from tumour cells and stops them stopping cancer. We're exploring future drugs that target it.
Today marked the opening of the national clinical trial for Zero Childhood Cancer, with about 400 children with high-risk cancers expected to participate over the next 3 years.
Last night’s Federal Budget brought good news for Australian medical research into childhood cancer
Better targeted therapies for neuroblastoma are desperately needed. They’re now a step closer.
Children’s cancers are a focus for three priority-driven research grants announced this week by Cancer Australia.
Research into leukaemic stem cells, childhood brain cancer DIPG and therapies for neuroblastoma will get a boost from Australia's peak medical research funding agency, NHMRC.
Why is targeted treatment so vital for childhood cancer and what are the barriers to getting there? An article from The Conversation by two of our researcher-clinicians.