50,000 in cancer study

7.2.14 | UP to 50,000 Australians will be able to take part in a cancer research study that’s expected to spawn the next generation of scientific breakthroughs, Cancer Council Victoria announced today.

Zero tolerance for mutilation

6.1.14 | TODAY is International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutilation. It is a day that is observed every year to raise awareness of a practice that is harmful to girls and women around the world.

Sydney Kings show heart

4.2.14 | THE MightyMite Sydney Kings will help raise awareness for heart disease at this Saturday’s game against New Zealand by making it a beneficiary game on behalf of the Heart Foundation.

Stomach & bowel cancer hope

4.2.14 | Existing medicines called JAK inhibitors could be effective in treating inflammation-associated stomach and bowel cancer, Melbourne researchers from the Walter & Eliza Hall Institute have discovered.