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The Kinghorn Cancer Centre eNews Issue 13 – December 2014

Cancer Division news from Garvan Some exciting news from the Garvan team in the Kinghorn Cancer Centre. Garvan researchers ranked as top applicants for Cancer Institute NSW Fellowships Dr Marina Pajic and Dr Mark Cowley from Garvan were awarded Cancer

The Kinghorn Cancer Centre eNews Issue 12 – December 2013

  Cancer research news from Garvan Some exciting research by Garvan researchers in the Kinghorn Cancer Centre in 2013 includes: – Potential treatment for a specific kind of pancreatic cancer: Pancreatic cancer surgeon and Garvan researcher Prof Andrew Biankin and

The Kinghorn Cancer Centre eNews Issue 11 – December 2012

Her Excellency Quentin Bryce AC CVO opens The NELUNE Centre Her Excellency Quentin Bryce AC CVO, Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia, officially opened The NELUNE Centre within The Kinghorn Cancer Centre on 19th December. Accompanied by Mr Michael Bryce,

The Kinghorn Cancer Centre eNews Issue 10 – March 2012

[button url=”http://tkcc.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/eNews-Issue-10-March-2012.pdf” style=”grey” size=”small”] Download PDF [/button] The Kinghorn Cancer Centre construction update Outside and in, the Kinghorn Cancer Centre (TKCC) is really starting to take shape. The structure is complete and the building is almost water tight. On level 3,

The Kinghorn Cancer Centre eNews Issue 9 – December 2011

[button url=”http://tkcc.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/eNews-Issue-9-December-2011.pdf” style=”grey” size=”small”] Download PDF [/button] The Kinghorn Cancer Centre construction update Delta Goodrem, along with the nation’s media, recently conducted a hard-hat tour of The Kinghorn Cancer Centre (TKCC), of which she is a patron, to review construction

The Kinghorn Cancer Centre eNews Issue 8 – September 2011

[button url=”http://tkcc.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/eNews-Issue-8-September-2011.pdf” style=”grey” size=”small”] Download PDF [/button] The Kinghorn Cancer Centre construction update It has been wonderful to see the building accelerate to near completion of the shell over the last few months. Pictured left are Prof John Shine AO

The Kinghorn Cancer Centre eNews Issue 7 – June 2011

[button url=”http://tkcc.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/eNews-Issue-7-June-2011.pdf” style=”grey” size=”small”] Download PDF [/button] We are at street level! Construction is going well with the north of the site catching up with the south, and the building now level with Victoria Street. There has been approximately 2,840m3

The Kinghorn Cancer Centre eNews Issue 6 – March 2011

[button url=”http://tkcc.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/eNews-Issue-6-March-2011.pdf” style=”grey” size=”small”] Download PDF [/button] The Kinghorn Cancer Centre construction update Work on the Centre site is progressing well. Excavation is now complete on the site and all large earth moving equipment has been removed. Concrete pouring for

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

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

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