Cancer Research Institute News

3
May

Nanotechnology offers new hope for bowel cancer patients

Bowel cancer survival rates could be improved if chemotherapy drugs were delivered via tiny nanoparticles to the diseased organs rather than oral treatment.

1
May

Save the mother, save the childional child abuse and neglect

Supporting female survivors of childhood maltreatment is critical to disrupting intergenerational abuse as new research from the University of South Australia...

27
Apr

Espresso, latte or decaf? Genetic code drives your desire for coffee

Whether you hanker for a hard hit of caffeine or favour the frothiness of a milky cappuccino, your regular coffee order could be telling you more about your...

1
Apr

Chris Adams’ memory lives on to support UniSA brain cancer research

The family of a young man who lost his battle with brain cancer is financially supporting UniSA PhD candidate Kaitlin Scheer to help find a cure for the deadly...

4
Feb

New drug being trialled for aggressive brain cancer

A new drug candidate has been discovered by the University of South Australia (UniSA) to treat the most lethal form of brain cancer – glioblastoma – which...

3
Feb

Novel 3D printed stents deliver breakthrough treatment for oesophageal cancer

World-first 3D printed oesophageal stents developed by the University of South Australia could revolutionise the delivery of chemotherapy drugs to provide more...

16
Dec

‘Alarmingly high’ vitamin D deficiency in the United Kingdom

Over 50 per cent of Asians living in the UK are severely deficient in vitamin D, leaving them more vulnerable to respiratory infections such as COVID-19 and...