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New campaign asks: 'What if you could see UV?'
More than 70 per-cent of young people in NSW aged 18-24 aren’t doing enough to protect their skin, but a powerful new campaign from the Cancer Institute NSW aims to change that.
Top awards announced for cancer research in NSW
Distinguished Professor Anatoly Rozenfeld has been recognised for his significant contributions to the field of cancer research in NSW, receiving the NSW Premier’s Award for Outstanding Cancer Researcher of the Year.
New Anticancer Drug Dosing in Kidney Dysfunction (ADDIKD) guideline released
The International Consensus Guideline for Anticancer Drug Dosing in Kidney Dysfunction (ADDIKD) is now available from the Cancer Institute NSW and eviQ.