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11 April 2017

World experts launch first Atlas of Cancer in Australia

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Health experts launched today an Australian-first research study to understand national patterns in cancer incidence, survival and screening practices based on where people live.

 The National Atlas of Cancer will, for the first time, allow health agencies, policy makers and the community to understand the location and resource requirements for the most common cancers in Australia. The 18-month research project is a partnership between Cancer Council, QUT, the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare and Co-operative Research Centre in Spatial Information. Read more about the project here and watch the news coverage.

 

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