The $18 million awarded today will boost cancer research in WA. Photo: Attila Csaszar

$18m for WA cancer research

A series of cancer research projects led by the University of Western Australia has been awarded $18 million from the Cancer Research Trust and other partner organisations.

A fund dedicated to making contributions to the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of cancer research in WA, the Cancer Research Trust today announced a $13.5 million commitment to be spread over nine years.

The additional $4.5 million in funds has been backed by partner organisations including the Cancer Council WA, Telethon Kids Institute, Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research UWA, Murdoch University, Curtin University, Notre Dame, the WA Department of Health and St John of God Healthcare.


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