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The vision of The Kinghorn Cancer Centre is to realise the promise of innovative personalised medicine for people affected by cancer.
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Kinghorn Cancer Jul 1
What if prostate cancer treatments had lessons for breast cancer research? A landmark study coauthored by KCC researchers, including Dr Elgene Lim, has shown the potential effect of androgen receptor antagonism on breast cancer cell lines:
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Kinghorn Cancer Jul 1
A recent study by KCC researchers, using targeted next generation sequencing panels, confirms the incidence of germline mutations in prostate cancer; research that can guide assessments of familial risk, prognosis and treatment of men with prostate cancer:
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Kinghorn Cancer Jun 26
How does the immune system fight breast cancer? A novel study of antibodies found in the lymph nodes of breast cancer patients has revealed a plethora of antibodies that respond to breast cancer lines - indicating a future for personalised immunotherapies:
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Kinghorn Cancer Jun 26
Research published by a Kinghorn Cancer Centre researcher, Dr Brooke Wilson, reveals a staggering 53% increase in demand for global cancer services between now and 2040 - with an even higher increase in low and middle income countries:
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Kinghorn Cancer Jun 26
Our researchers at the Kinghorn Cancer Centre are leading global efforts to improve outcomes for patients with Uveal Melanoma. A recently published meta-analysis reveals potential ways forward for future trials:
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St Vincent's Sydney Jun 25
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer diagnosed in men in Australia. Dr Gordon O’Neill explains how a simple screening can save your life.
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Kinghorn Cancer Jun 25
It is great to see the International Lung Screen Trial spreading into new areas, opening up trial opportunities to rural communities.
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Cancer Institute NSW May 19
In 2018 we recognised Kinghorn Cancer Centre - St. Vincent’s Health Network as the Outstanding Cancer Clinical Trials Unit in NSW. Find out more:
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drjamesethompson Jun 23
Dont have psma ct-trus fusion at this stage so will do cognitively targeted cores (no. of cores depends on size of Psma lesion to ensure not missed). If pre-bx psma is more accurate than MRI then psma fusion is next, however ultimately psma-mri is the future.
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St Vincent's Sydney Mar 19
We are so proud of our Oncology Department and the work they are doing in this important prostate trial! Good work team!
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10 News First Jan 31
EXCLUSIVE: An Australian first cancer trial which tailors treatment according to the patient's genetics is starting to produce some impressive results.
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Kinghorn Cancer Feb 3
Hi John, these tips are focussed on prevention. But we are doing a lot of work in clinical genomics in partnership with the Garvan Institute, see for details. We also offer a Cancer Genetics Service to assess risk. Let us know if you'd like contact details
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Kinghorn Cancer Feb 3
Today is Here are some tips for cancer prevention, from our Head of Medical Oncology Dr. Anthony Joshua
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Kinghorn Cancer Jan 29
We are hiring! If you are interested in a career, and have experience in or this might be the job for you. Find our vacancies at
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Kinghorn Cancer 28 Nov 17
. and the team at Kinghorn cancer centre discussing ARV7 in prostate cancer
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Amy Prawira 28 Nov 17
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Dry July 29 Mar 17
Read the feedback on funded projects at the
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Kinghorn Cancer 10 Apr 17
Kinghorn advances in . New hope for old drugs
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Kinghorn Cancer 5 Feb 17
Advances in understanding from the Kinghorn Cancer Centre. Read here:
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Kinghorn Cancer 1 Dec 16
A decision-tree model to predict complexity of reconstructive surgery after periocular basal cell carcinoma excision
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