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The Aboriginal Cancer Partnership Program enhanced cancer care and cancer outcomes for Aboriginal peoples in NSW.
ACON is engaging with LGBTIQ people across NSW to improve cervical screening rates.
The Cancer Institute NSW invited women from the Arabic and Chinese communities in Sydney to participate to share their experiences with breast screening through art.
The Pink Sari Project external is working to increase the number of women in Indian and Sri Lankan communities in NSW being screened for breast cancer.
PROMPT-Care will integrate patient-reported outcomes to deliver an integrated e-health system.
A NSW community initiative is giving women from multicultural backgrounds support and education through their cancer journey.
Learn how this project is working to implement a Refugee Cancer Screening Partnership Project in partnership with NSW Refugee Health Service, and the Settlement Council of Australia, the national peak body for settlement.