cervical cancer

HPV vaccine a success, but more to do

The human papillomavirus vaccine has seen big drops in rates of HPV, which raises the possibility of cervical cancer’s complete

Cancer and COVID-19

Cancer Council understands that Australians undergoing cancer treatment, cancer survivors and their families and friends may have questions in relation

Could a urine sample help screen HPV

Human papillomavirus, or HPV, is a common infection affecting both women and men. It’s transmitted through sexual contact and in

Quality of life and exercise in cancer survivors

Cancer remains a substantial health burden globally. While there are still high death rates associated with cancer, there are many

Cervical cancer: treatment options

Making treatment decisions Sometimes it is difficult to decide on the type of treatment to have. You may feel that

Important news for women in their childbearing years

The reason women have pap smears is to detect pre-cancerous changes in the surface of the cervix so they can

Leukaemia

What is leukaemia? Leukaemia is cancer of the parts of the body that make blood, including the bone marrow and

Bladder cancer

Cancer of the bladder is a tumour of the tissue lining the bladder. There are several different types, the most

Ovarian cancer test (CA125)

Among Australian women, ovarian cancer is the 8th most common type of cancer diagnosed, and the 6th most common cause

Prostate cancer treatment needs to be tailored

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men in Australia. It’s estimated that more than 16,000 new cases

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