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Take on the ride of your life this September and pedal towards supporting improved treatments for people fighting cancer. Cycle for Cancer is returning for a second ...
When Queensland musician and fitness influencer Shelley Bishop received the shocking news she had cancer, it was her friend, Australian pop princess Delta Goodrem ...
For the estimated 145 000 Australians who will be diagnosed with cancer this year, living through the COVID-19 pandemic has presented unique challenges.
February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month held to educate people on the disease as it is still one of the deadliest women’s cancers. Every day in Australia, four ...
Oncology services in the Redland area will be boosted with the opening of the new Mater Cancer Care Centre Redland.
A Mater researcher has developed a method to predict breast cancer patient responses to a commonly prescribed breast cancer drug.
Mater researcher Professor Geoff Faulkner and his lab have published a paper that explores the development of resistance to chemotherapy in ovarian cancer. Each year ...
During the month of May Mater commemorates Bladder Cancer Awareness Month to raise awareness for the disease which is the ninth most common cancer worldwide.
A Queensland trial will evaluate the benefits of medicinal cannabis for symptom relief in cancer patients receiving palliative care.
Mater Group Executives are strapping on their walking shoes to take part in this year’s fun run event in support of women with breast cancer who are treated at Mater.
Mater Research is proud to announce that Professor Brian Gabrielli and Professor Jean-Pierre Levesque have been awarded research grants through Cancer Council ...
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