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UNSW researchers identify a target to stop the spread of ovarian cancer

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27 OCT 2015 -

UNSW researchers have discovered a method for disrupting the spread of ovarian cancer, by blocking receptors present on the surface of cancer cells.

The discovery...

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$2m to fast-track new drugs into clinical trials for childhood acute leukaemia

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11 SEP 2015 -

New drugs to treat children with aggressive cancers will be fast-tracked into clinical trials thanks to $2 million in funding awarded to the Children’s Cancer Institute, based at...

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Personalised program aims to push childhood cancer survival to 100%

NEWS
03 SEP 2015 -

Australian children with the most aggressive forms of cancer are set to benefit from a new program that will examine their unique cancer cells to help identify the drugs most...

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World-first fallopian tube biobank provides new insights into failed pregnancies

NEWS
02 SEP 2015 -

A world-first biobank of human fallopian tube samples established by the Royal Hospital for Women  and UNSW will give new insights into ectopic and failed pregnancies, ultimately...

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UNSW researchers outsmarting cancer with revolutionary new treatment

NEWS
26 AUG 2015 -

Patients with hard-to-treat tumours could know within six months whether a cancer drug developed by UNSW researchers is more effective than traditional chemotherapy and will...

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