New Precision Care Clinic

Sydney-siders with cancer will receive more personalised and tailored care through the new Precision Care Clinic at Prince of Wales Hospital.

The Precision Care Clinic has brought together a team of Australian experts with international recognition to lead this game-changing research program.

The clinic will support rapidly adopting precision medicine research into routine public healthcare.

Precision medicine is an emerging scientific area that treats patients based on their makeup and genes.

It considers their long-recognised clinical, lifestyle, and environmental factors, strategically matching the right treatment or clinical trial to the right patient.

Cancer doctors and patients from across Australia can seamlessly incorporate genomic results into care plans.

This will allow them to comprehensively consider all current and emerging treatment options and their potential implications, including targeted therapy, clinical trials and cancer risk management.

The clinic has been carefully designed to support healthcare professionals facing gaps and challenges in providing precision care to their patients.

This project is a partnership between UNSW School of Population Health, Prince of Wales Hospital & South Eastern Sydney Local Health District, Omico, Cancer Voices NSW, Australian Catholic University, University of Sydney, and Macquarie University to integrate precision medicine into routine cancer care.

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