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Chairman's dinner a success

20th December 2004 - Posted by ACRF

The ACRF’s Chairman’s Dinner – held at the Taronga Centre, Mosman in early December 2004 – acknowledged the many individuals and organisations…

2004 Life Members announced

20th December 2004 - Posted by ACRF

ACRF Chairman Tom Dery recently presented ACRF Life Memberships to Evan Cameron, Gilles Kryger, Helen Kerr, and Professor Ron Penny. About our…

Latest research

20th December 2004 - Posted by ACRF

Professor John Mattick believes this is the last generation that will be devastated by cancer. Speaking at the ACRF’s ‘Chairman’s Dinner’, in…

ACRF gives $1.13 million to John Curtin School of Medical Research

15th December 2004 - Posted by ACRF

The ACRF has directed a $1.13 million grant to the John Curtin School of Medical Research at the Australian National University. ACRF…

QIMR scientists combating Asian cancer

15th November 2004 - Posted by ACRF

The Queensland Institute of Medical Research (QIMR) is undertaking a major project to defeat one of the most common cancer killers in…

Obituary – Marie Tehan

10th November 2004 - Posted by ACRF

A Sad Loss for Melbourne Cancerians Melbourne Cancerians have expressed their extreme sadness at the loss of their inaugural chairman and ACRF…

Embryonic stem cells correct congenital heart defect in mouse embryos

7th October 2004 - Posted by ACRF

NEW YORK, October 7, 2004 – A study published in the October 8 issue of Science describes a previously unsuspected capacity of…

Melbourne Cancerians pay tribute to supporters

20th April 2004 - Posted by ACRF

The Melbourne Cancerians’ end-of-year cocktail party honoured the many generous individuals and organisations that helped them raise money for the ACRF in…

News in brief

17th April 2004 - Posted by ACRF

BREAST CANCER Breast cancer recurrence is cut in half by a drug The National Cancer Institute (NCI) in the U.S. announced that…

Medical Research Stats

15th April 2003 - Posted by ACRF

Medical Research Statistics: Australia spent $1.7bn on health Research & Development (R&D) in 2000-01. Cancer was the leading area of research $160m…