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New Cancer Therapy Brings Hope

Battling blood cancer in my 20s, I put my faith in a clinical trial for a promising new CAR-T treatment.

But does it actually work?

By Hayden Smith, 7 June 2021

‘It was mid-March at Fiona Stanley Hospital in Perth, and a squadron of doctors and nurses had gathered by my bed. Some were methodically […]

2021-06-07T13:00:54+10:00June 7th, 2021|

Good news from Cartherics

Doctoral student Anisha Balachandran has submitted her thesis with compliments all-round

By Leigh Dayton

Image from Left to right : Dr Richard Boyd (Supervisor), Anisha Balachandran, Dr Nick Boyd (Co-Supervisor).

She joined the Cartherics Cooperative Research Centre (CRC-P) PhD Program two years ago with a top reputation. Now, Anisha Balachandran is garnering even more kudos for the quality […]

2020-03-25T07:27:34+11:00March 25th, 2020|

Science and Technology priorities – Election 2019


8 May 2019 Parties use science to set themselves apart ….

The major parties have laid out their science and technology platform for Australian voters, with clear differences in their approach and vision for empowering the solutions sector.

Responding to a survey from peak body Science & Technology Australia (STA), the Coalition, the Labor Party and the Greens have all […]

2019-05-08T04:07:34+10:00May 8th, 2019|

Eradicate Cancer 2020 – Next frontiers in immunotherapy

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 25-27 March 2020

“Success Breeds Success”

The field of immunotherapy against cancers is making unprecedented progress. The Eradicate Cancer Conference “Can advanced immunotherapy make it possible?” held in March 2018 was a resounding success.

It […]

2019-07-22T04:00:07+10:00January 29th, 2019|

Media Release : New Research to Fast-Track Medical Breakthroughs

Victorian State Government Awards Cartherics Pty Ltd a Victorian Medical Research Acceleration Fund (VMRAF) Grant for AU$500,000

Finding a treatment for ovarian cancer – Cartherics Pty Ltd ($500,000)

Read more here ….. 171031-New-Research-To-Fast-Track-Medical-Breakthroughs

Ovarian cancer is the sixth most common cause of cancer-related death in Australian women and is the fifth most common […]

2019-05-08T02:32:24+10:00November 8th, 2017|
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