Tennis star Serena Williams lends her voice to a cover of Australian rock legends The Divinyls' classic to remind women to check their breasts regularly.
Fly across a tiny piece of breast tissue and get up close and personal with a malaria mosquito in a new exhibition that highlights the work of medical researchers.
Cancer is a diagnosis no-one wants to hear. It brings uncertainty and fear — and it has a ripple effect, touching the lives of families, friends and healthcare providers.
When both her parents got a stage four cancer diagnosis, US photographer Nancy Borowick got out her camera. It was a way to be with them "without completely falling apart".
Eloise Babos always wanted children but a genetic condition has sped up her plans and put her on track to remove her ovaries by her early 30s.
The way we think about cancer is undergoing a slow but radical transformation, with studies at a molecular level revealing how "rare" each cancer is. How we fund research should change too, writes Darren Saunders.
When it comes to breast cancer screening, there are complex cultural barriers that can hamper important messages about early detection. New research suggests many migrant Australian women are still not "breast aware".
The risk of insurance discrimination can deter families like mine from seeking critical information about their health, writes Krystal Barter.
"But you look so good and so healthy," people say. I don't look like the stereotype of a cancer patient, but there's no cure, writes Elaine George.
People at high risk of developing breast and ovarian cancer will be offered free BRCA 1 and 2 genetic testing, with the Medical Services Advisory Committee deciding to list the test on the Medicare Benefits Schedule.