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BreastScreen NSW is about to recommence routine breast screening, after services were temporarily suspended to protect women, staff and the community from the risk of COVID-19.

Cancer screening resources are now accessible to more people in NSW – an important new step in empowering local communities and improving cancer outcomes across the state.

A new project is aiming to help more women in western Sydney protect themselves against cervical cancer.

Women’s Health Week is an opportunity for everyone to learn more about cancer screening services available in NSW.

The impact of bowel, breast and cervical screening in Australia is highlighted by a new research article published today from the Sax Institute.

A new website is helping people with intellectual disability get the right support and information to find and prevent cancer.

One session of shisha or water-pipe smoking lasting an hour can be as harmful as smoking 100-200 cigarettes.

More communication, and more practical information can help women have a positive experience with BreastScreen NSW, first-time research from the Cancer Institute NSW shows.

More than 46,000 people will be told they have cancer across NSW this year, but we can all take steps to reduce our risk and improve our outcomes.

Women aged 50–74 are being urged to remember their regular mammograms.