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Sean Parker’s cancer institute may have found a blood test to see if patients will respond to treatment

Scientists in collaboration with tech billionaire Sean Parker’s Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy may have found a way to predict whether melanoma patients will respond to treatments that target the PD-1 (programmed cell death protein) pathway in tumors through a simple blood test, according to a paper in the scientific journal Nature.

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Sydney Agencies Join Forces To Champion Sun Protection To Beach-goers For Cancer Institute NSW

Sydney agencies Soap Creative, Magnum & Co., Ensemble and Society Social have teamed up to create an integrated, content-led campaign for the Cancer Institute NSW to increase awareness of the shocking number of preventable deaths from melanoma and the importance of sun protection.

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Skin cancer app helps Aussies detect melanomas with the tap of a finger

With the simple shutter of a smartphone camera, Australians in every corner of the country can now get instant access to professional advice from skin cancer specialists.

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AFL star Jack Riewoldt reflects on the ‘biggest injury of his career’

At 19 years of age, Jack Riewoldt – in just his second year at the Richmond Football Club – was dealt, by his own admission, the biggest injury of his career.

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