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Cancer Care Services includes Medical Oncology, Haematology and Bone Marrow Transplant, the Queensland Haemophilia Centre, Radiation Oncology and BreastScreen Queensland.

What is cancer?

Cancer is a disease of the cells. Your body normally makes new cells to help you grow, replace worn-out tissue and heal injuries. When cells don’t grow, divide and die in the usual way they can lead to tumours, either benign (not cancer) or malignant.

The Cancer Council Australia has more information.

Early detection

Some cancers can be detected at an early stage when treatment is likely to be more effective. The Cancer Council Australia has more information.

BreastScreen Queensland provide free breast cancer screening for all eligible Queensland women.

The Cancer Council provide a Bowel Cancer Risk Calculator.

Introduction to Cancer Care Services

Welcome from Associate Professor Glen Kennedy, Executive Director, Cancer Care Services. [2min 35secs]

Patient Experience Survey

If you've received treatment at one of our facilities please tell us how you think we are doing.

Feedback

General feedback about Cancer Care Services or comments about this site:
Email: SafetyandQuality-CCS-MNHHS@health.qld.gov.au

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Support us

Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital Foundation

RBWH Foundation is the charity arm of Royal Brisbane and Women´s Hospital – Queensland’s largest and busiest hospital.

The Prince Charles Hospital Foundation

Established in 1986, the Prince Charles Hospital Foundation is the charity aligned with the health and medical research community based at The Prince Charles Hospital.

Redcliffe Hospital

Redcliffe Hospital Oncology Trust Fund

Send cheque or money order to Redcliffe Hospital Oncology Trust Fund, Locked Bag 1, Redcliffe QLD 4020.

Last updated: 22 January 2016