Surviving lung cancer is just the beginning
On World Lung Cancer Day, University of Melbourne researchers highlight the untapped potential of exercise to help lung cancer survivors thrive
Closing the NET on rare cancers
Patients with neuroendocrine tumours (NETs) can benefit from a new partnership between doctors and scientists from University of Melbourne and Peter Mac Centre.
Explaining AI’s role in precision medicine
AI and precision medicine is the future, but the human factor must play a part for AI researchers and clinicians, says a University of Melbourne expert.
Decoding cancer cell communication
Professor Elizabeth Vincan at the University of Melbourne identified the genes in an ancient form of cell-to-cell communication, and a new target against cancer
Curbing cancer’s addiction to treat it
Most cancers need a specific molecule to grow and spread; cutting off the supply is showing promise as a way to treat it, finds University of Melbourne research
Improving cancer care through good communication
New research that includes the University of Melbourne finds that working on clear and open communication between doctor and patients can improve cancer care.
Pioneering nurse-led cancer care
The University of Melbourne's Professor Mei Krishnasamy has worked to improve the evidence for cancer nursing care, particularly for people with rarer cancers.
Towards cancer care that listens to patients
Oncologist Lidia Schapira on how health outcomes improve when we respond to patients' lived experience of cancer and support them to engage with their own care.