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A new type of blood test for colorectal cancer has been co-developed with CSIRO and Flinders Medical Centre International biotech company Clinical Genomics and Australian partners have developed the test …

Pharmacies in Melbourne’s north-west are participating in a pilot advocating for breast cancer screening Between July and September, select pharmacies in Moonee Ponds, Ascot Vale and Maribyrnong will promote breast …

Consider recommending this free app to patients who need support managing daily life in the face of chronic illness Melburnian Justin McLean (pictured above) was in his 40s, fit and healthy and …

Trials of cannabis-derived medicines are hoped to have answers for cancer pain and nausea Medlab Clinical Limited has received Human Research Ethics Committee approvals to begin human trials of two …

Cancer is the disease group with the biggest impact on our health, costing Australians more years of life than any other Burden of cancer in Australia: Australian Burden of Disease Study …

Artificial intelligence (AI) and computer algorithms are being used to predict lifespan and detect malignant tumours Researchers at the University of Adelaide have recently used artificial intelligence to predict five-year …

Malouf Pharmacies has helped raise funds and awareness to support the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia The group ran an in-store promotion across its 17 Queensland stores, donating 10 cents …

When should a pharmacist start to suspect symptoms may point to bowel cancer? asks Jarrod McMaugh When a health professional is asked to list the signs and symptoms of bowel …

New medicines worth $310 million have been added to the PBS this week, the Health Minister has announced The drugs were added to the PBS on Monday this week, with …

An extensive study has found oral contraceptive use is associated with reduction in some cancers for up to 35 years The study of more than 46,000 women recruited by the …

Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research news Association of SGLT-2 Inhibitors and Diabetic Ketoacidosis A US position statement on the prevalence of SGLT-2–associated DKA suggests that …

A chiropractor has been convicted of false advertising after he claimed to be able to prevent, treat and cure cancer Sydney chiropractor Dr Hance Limboro has been convicted and fined $29,500 …