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Like many Australians, Caroline Kelly knows the pain of losing a loved one to cancer. Her husband Avner passed away from pancreatic cancer in 2008.

New breakthroughs in how gene mutations form and lead to cancer are being driven by NSW research, with five studies now published thanks to one Cancer Institute NSW grant.

From the stage to the laboratory, six researchers reflect on how the legacy of the 2017 Premier’s Awards for Outstanding Cancer Research is influencing their work in NSW.

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

Dr Angelica Merlot, a Sydney-based cancer researcher and Cancer Institute NSW fellow, is the 2019 NSW Young Woman of the Year.

Eight cancer researchers in NSW tell us the most exciting professional developments they have seen in 2018.

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

An Australian-first facility is being established at the Children’s Medical Research Institute in Western Sydney, part of a $3.1 million boost to cancer research in NSW.

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

Coming together for the Fellows’ Forum 2018, three NSW cancer researchers share how mentorship plays a role in their career, and how it is shaping their work.