Welcome to the Cure Cancer Australia blog, where you can keep up to date with our latest news, hear stories from our supporters, learn all about the latest developments from our researchers and plenty more!
Cure Cancer is delighted to introduce their 2019 Researchers, an international consortium of bright young cancer researchers from around the globe who are dedicated to making this the last generation to die from cancer.
In our first Researcher Spotlight of the Year, we take the opportunity to look at the difference your donations have been making and celebrate some of the research successes of our Class of 2018.
Cure Cancer recently travelled south to Melbourne and hosted a lab tour at the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness and Research Centre.
We talk to Lee Hunt, Executive Member of Cancer Voices NSW about the impact consumers can have in the cancer research space.
What is nanomedicine, and how are Cure Cancer Australia-funded researchers using it to help improve cancer treatment?
Cure Cancer Australia researchers, alumni and supporters came together at our annual Researcher Symposium and Showcase.
2018 Cure Cancer Australia funded researcher Dr Angelica Merlot talks to Marie Claire about life as a pancreatic cancer researcher.
Cancer Research Awareness Week highlights the importance of supporting Australia’s brightest emerging cancer researchers
Cure Cancer Australia are counting down to the announcement of our Researcher of the Year 2018.
This month, we welcome Cure Cancer Australia alumnus Dr Stephen Mattarollo to our Research Consultative Committee.
Learn more about the work of some of our brilliant 2018 grant recipients.
Cure Cancer Australia is delighted to announce our support for 19 of Australia's brightest early-career researcher grants in 2018.
The 2018/19 funding round for Cure Cancer Australia grants is now open, via the the Cancer Australia Priority-driven Cancer Research Scheme
Last week, our Research Project Manager Kate Christian attended the Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) National Conference, which saw Cure Cancer Australia alumna Dr Tracy Putoczki take home the inaugural ASMR Peter Doherty Leading Light Award.
2005 Young Researcher of the Year, Dr David Bryant brings us up to speed on his career journey post- Cure Cancer Australia funding.
Cure Cancer Australia funds early-career researchers across all cancers, purely on the basis of excellence. So why are we funding more and more women?
Cure Cancer Australia serves as the catalyst for future research success, because without early-career researchers, there simply is no research pipeline
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