cancer

Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

2020-05-25T21:05:21+10:00

Bowel Cancer Awareness Month Bowel cancer is the second most common cancer in Australian men and women, and is most common over the age of 50. Around 300 Australians will be diagnosed with bowel cancer this week... it will claim the lives of 103 us in that time [...]

Bowel Cancer Awareness Month2020-05-25T21:05:21+10:00

Improving cancer survival and recovery with exercise

2019-10-23T14:06:38+10:00

Improving cancer survival and recovery with exercise Everyone knows that exercise is good for us - but what if you're a cancer patient? If you are undergoing or recovering from cancer treatment, you might think it’s important to rest, but research shows that exercise is of benefit to [...]

Improving cancer survival and recovery with exercise2019-10-23T14:06:38+10:00

Ovarian Cancer – What you need to know

2019-02-07T10:12:44+10:00

Ovarian cancer What every woman needs to know Every year over 4,500 Australian women are diagnosed with a form of gynological cancer – uterine, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal cancer. For women who are diagnosed with ovarian cancer the survival rate five years after diagnosis is 43%, the [...]

Ovarian Cancer – What you need to know2019-02-07T10:12:44+10:00