Year: 2010

The Kinghorn Cancer Centre eNews Issue 5 -­‐ December 2010

[button url=”http://tkcc.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/eNews-Issue-5-December-2010.pdf” style=”grey” size=”small”] Download PDF [/button] Building progress Excavation on The Kinghorn Cancer Centre is almost complete as planned. Detailed excavation works are now taking place including the formation of a large rectangular area for the diesel tank which

ACRF awards $5 million cancer research grant in honour of Lady (Sonia) McMahon

The Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) has today awarded its equal largest ever research grant of $5 million towards the construction of The Kinghorn Cancer Centre. The ACRF grant honours the late Lady (Sonia) McMahon, life member and one of

Australian Cancer Research Foundation awards $5million cancer research grant for The Kinghorn Cancer Centre and honours Lady (Sonia) McMahon

The Australian Cancer Research Foundation (ACRF) has today awarded its equal largest ever research grant of $5 million towards the construction of The Kinghorn Cancer Centre, a joint facility of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research and St. Vincent’s Hospital

Helping Hands for The Kinghorn Cancer Centre

Generous supporters of The Kinghorn Cancer Centre and staff from its partner organizations, the Garvan and St Vincent’s Hospital, are not afraid to get their hands dirty to share in community spirit. Together with students from local Darlinghurst Primary School, they

The Kinghorn Cancer Centre eNews Issue 4 – September 2010

[button url=”http://tkcc.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/eNews-Issue-4-September-2010.pdf” style=”grey” size=”small”] Download PDF [/button] Building progress Excavation on The Kinghorn Cancer Centre is almost complete as planned. Detailed excavation works are now taking place including the formation of a large rectangular area for the diesel tank which

Cancer Centre Breaking New Ground

They say rain is a sign of good luck. If true, The Kinghorn Cancer Centre has truly been blessed, and not only by His Eminence Cardinal Pell. The ground breaking and blessing ceremony on 26th May, officiated by the Cardinal, was a

Prime Minister Rudd Visits The Campus

The Garvan and St Vincent’s Hospital today welcomed Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Minister for Health Nicola Roxon to the campus to formally acknowledge the Federal Government’s $70 million capital grant for the Garvan St Vincent’s Cancer Centre. Following a

DA Approval for Cancer Centre

The Garvan and St Vincent’s today welcomed the NSW Government’s approval of their development proposal for the Garvan St Vincent’s Cancer Centre lodged before the NSW Department of Planning.

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