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cancer


Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research news Effect of cannabis use in people with chronic non-cancer pain prescribed opioids Findings from a 4 year prospective Australian …

Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay millions in damages to a woman who claimed her cancer was caused by using the company’s baby powder This week a California …

A coroner has recommended laxatives be rescheduled to Pharmacist Only following the death of a woman who was taking up to 800 Dulcolax tablets a day Adelaide woman Claudia La …

Childhood immunisation rates are higher than ever – but it’s no cause for complacency New data released by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has found that nationally, more …

Illegal commercial solariums are still operating throughout Australia, ABC News reports The reported proliferation of illegal commercial solariums is costing lives and requires urgent government intervention, says the Melanoma Institute …

TerryWhite Chemmart’s total fundraising support for Ovarian Cancer Australia is expected to hit $1,225,550 following a month of fundraising activities throughout February This is the 12th year of Terry White’s …

Around a third of Australians don’t know the signs, symptoms and risk factors of the most lethal women’s cancer, new research shows A study commissioned by Ovarian Cancer Australia to …

Channel Seven’s Sunrise team have come under fire for sensationalising cancer and promoting medical checks which may not be necessary Sunrise marketed the “Special event” segments as “the difference between …

Louis Roller takes a look at the cancer landscape in Australia Cancer, also known as a malignant tumour or malignant neoplasm, is a group of diseases involving abnormal cell growth …

Public guidelines for sun protection have been updated as stakeholders warn that Australians are using sunscreen as a “suit of armour” The Australasian College of Dermatologists and Cancer Council updated …

Consumers can do with guidance on looking out for skin changes, write Dr Esther Lau and Professor Lisa Nissen Do you know your ABCDEFG …? Australia has the highest rate …

Pharmacist faces charge of dad’s murder; testicle display slammed; UK woman facing possible death penalty over tramadol tablets Guildford, Surrey: A pharmacist has faced Court on a murder charge after …