Find out about the most common childhood cancer, leukaemia, and the progress medical research is making in the search for a cure.
We’ve just updated our student projects guide for 2017 to outline opportunities for postgraduate research with us. Children’s Cancer Institute nurtures an environment of innovation, collaboration and learning.
An exciting topic at the recent ANR2016 research conference for neuroblastoma was research into developing blood tests for cancer cells and cancer DNA.
After the recent Oznanomed conference in Sydney, Prof Maria Kavallaris shares her big vision for the ‘little things’ in science and how they are heading toward better cancer treatments.
Many anti-cancer drugs are highly toxic to patients. About 70% of childhood cancer survivors experience some side-effects from their treatment.
Cancer cells have a secret of eternal youth. Scientists are uncovering their secrets.
We’re running a series of manuscript workshops to help our young scientists effectively communicate their science.
A project to build a house in 21 days is also building awareness of childhood cancer research.
This Father’s Day we pay tribute to two amazing dads who made a difference for kids with cancer.
Fresh from farewelling Australia’s Paralympic team, on Friday the Governor-General opened the new ACRF Child Cancer Personalised Medicine Centre at Children’s Cancer Institute.
September is international Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, so we’re sharing some key facts about childhood cancer every Wednesday this month on our blog.
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