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The Cancer Institute NSW will lead the implementation of the Leading Better Value Care (LBVC) Tranche 2 initiative, Breast Cancer Hypofractionation.

Find out how we work across NSW to make sure that patient diagnosis, treatment and care is based on the latest data and evidence.

We are working across the healthcare system to ensure that when a person is diagnosed with cancer, they get the best possible treatment and care.

This study identified a substantial proportion of people with non-small cell lung cancer being diagnosed in an emergency setting in NSW.

Sinonasal cancers are rare, with 45 cases diagnosed in NSW in 2014. However, a significant proportion of them may be acquired from work. Find out occupations that are linked to this cancer.

Factors strongly associated with having a prostate specific antigen (PSA) test to detect prostate cancer included: having greater than 27 general practitioner consultations, benign prostatic hyperplasia treatment and being aged between 60 and 69 years.