How cancer outcomes can continue to improve

Professor David Currow

Professor Currow presents: How cancer outcomes can continue to improve

15 August 2018 - 15 August 2018
7:30am - 9:30am
Address Details
Parliament of New South Wales, 6 Macquarie Street Sydney

The NSW Chief Scientist & Engineer invites you to join her at The Science & Research Breakfast Seminar with Professor David Currow, Chief Cancer Officer of NSW and CEO of the Cancer Institute.

While survival rates have improved dramatically in recent times, more Australians are being diagnosed with cancer than ever before.

As head of the NSW Government’s cancer control agency, the Cancer Institute NSW, Professor David Currow is leading the coordinated and collaborative approach to reducing the impact of cancer across the state.

NSW has some of the best cancer outcomes in the world, but Professor Currow insists there is still a lot of work to do to give people diagnosed with cancer the best possible chance of survival.

The early detection of cancer through enhanced screening and the delivery of high-quality healthcare are critical to increasing survival rates. Specific strategies are needed to improve outcomes for high-risk groups within the community, as well as those diagnosed with lung, bowel and primary liver cancer.

NSW is a global leader in cancer research and clinical trials – and ensuring we have the right people and infrastructure to accelerate research and realise clinical benefits is important. Greater collaboration between researchers, clinicians and the community will bring new and exciting prospects for people diagnosed with cancer.

Learn more about the Cancer Institute NSW and its important work.

2018 Science & Research Breakfast Seminar Series

The 2018 Science & Research Breakfast Seminar Series is held in the Strangers’ Function Room at Parliament House of New South Wales, Sydney. Guests are required to undergo routine security screening.

Breakfast, tea and coffee will be served from 7.30am. Seminars will commence at 8am sharp and conclude by 9am. Tea and coffee will also be available afterwards.


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