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Research Report Newsletter September 2014 – Issue 27

Inside you will find: Cancer Risk Factors – Risk of prostate cancer in rural Australia Research Decisions – Become a participant and help us with our research Research Decisions – How we decide on which research proposals we fund Our … Continue reading

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Research Report Newsletter February 2014 – Issue 24

Inside you will find: Information on Cancer Council’s research on Cancer Risk Factors – Alcohol, Smoking, BMI and Physical Activity More about Cancer Risk Factors – Infectious Agents, Hormones, Sun Exposure and Sleep Ways to reduce the risk of erectile … Continue reading

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CLEAR Study Poster: CLEAR: A resource for cancer research

“CLEAR Study: a resource for cancer research”, was presented at Australian Epidemiology Association, Clinical Oncology Society Australia and Australasian Biospecimen Network Association meetings in November and December 2013. Click here for the abstract. “visit site”amoxicillin 500mgherelink Click here to view … Continue reading

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CLEAR Study Resource is open for scientists!

At December 2013 CLEAR Study has collected data from almost 10,000 people http://transtech.pl/index.php?viagrs-in-usassri onlinelos algodones purple pharmacy prices with and without cancer to provide a better understanding of the genetic and environmental causes of cancer in NSW. Data and blood … Continue reading

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Research Report Newsletter November 2013 – Issue 23

Inside you will find: Forgotten cancers: Bringing research funds and resources to bear on this area Our Staff: 5 minutes with Dr Lini Nair-Shalliker Our Insight: TA small change to the Death Registration Notice could save lives Research Discovery: “shop”rx … Continue reading

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Research Report Newsletter June 2013 – Issue 22

Inside you will find: 8 Australians a day saved non generic cialis onlinehereclick here from cancer: Over 61,000 Australian lives have been saved by improvements in cancer prevention, screening and greatment over the past 20 years CLEAR Study: What might … Continue reading

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Research Report Newsletter April 2013 – Issue 21

Inside you will find: Colorectal cancer: GP involvement might reduce unnecessary delays between diagnosis and surgery Pancreatic cancer: pagehttp://ugornyky-monastyr.if.ua/lugge/buy-brand-lilly-cialis Personalised medicine may be the key to treatment We need your help!: Would you be willing to participate in a Cancer … Continue reading

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Research Report Newsletter January 2013 – Issue 20

In this special edition of Research Insights we’ve pulled together some of the most exciting results our Cancer Council NSW researchers have released over the last year. From genetic breakthroughs to better cervical cancer tests, every study brings us closer … Continue reading

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Research Report Newsletter October 2012 – Issue 19

Inside you will find: Innovator estradiol 2mg otc pillssitenizagara tablets canadian pharmacyzpack online next day shippinh Grants achieve success with a year – Learn about our research recent success stories How you can become a research volunteer – Help decide … Continue reading

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Research Report Newsletter Autumn 2012 – Issue 18

Inside you will find: What is cancer research - Learn more about what research we do and why we do it The CLEAR Study - Population research helps find cancer causes Thyroid cancer - The incidence of thyroid cancer increasing while mortality remains … Continue reading

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Take the survey

Thank you to all the people who have taken part in CLEAR.

Their questionnaire data and blood samples will help us understand risk factors for cancer in NSW.

Freddy SitasAssociate Professor Freddy Sitas

“Many people think the only way to help research is to give a financial donation, but when it comes to a broad reaching study such as CLEAR, we’re totally reliant on the courage and goodwill of cancer patients in the community.”

Karen CanfelAssociate Professor Karen Canfell

“We have an enormous diversity of lifestyles: we can compare and get meaningful answers about the causes of cancer”