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Data show cancer outcomes in children, adolescents and young adults have improved significantly over the last 40 years, but that’s only part of the story.

Colleagues, students, mentors, mentees – how do the people around you help you learn and grow?

Professor Georgina Long is the 2018 Outstanding Cancer Researcher of the Year, recognised for breakthroughs in melanoma research by the Cancer Institute NSW.

Dr Craig Earle is coming to Australia to encourage the uptake of new, innovative approaches in treating people with cancer in NSW.

Join us in celebrating the achievements of the individuals and teams that work across the cancer research sector in NSW.

Professor Kefford is the 2017 NSW Outstanding Cancer Researcher of the Year, a world-leading researcher and clinician in the causes and treatment of melanoma.

Professor Richard Kefford AM is the 2017 NSW Outstanding Cancer Researcher of the Year, recognising a career saving the lives of people with melanoma.

The Cancer Institute NSW is deeply saddened by the death of Professor Derek Hart, Professor of Transplantation and Immunotherapy at the ANZAC Research Institute.

Could online tools such as Skype and FaceTime be the answer to better supporting people in regional and remote NSW to quit smoking?

Premier Barry O’Farrell has presented the Premier’s Award for Outstanding Cancer Researcher to renowned melanoma expert Professor John Thompson, Executive Director of the Melanoma Institute of Australia and Professor of Melanoma and Surgical Oncology at the University of Sydney.