The SUPER study: shining a light on Cancer of Unknown Primary.

News > Published on 14 January 2019 > By merryn.pearce

In this ABC article, Bianca Nogrady uncovers the the devastating impact of Cancer of Unknown Primary and the work of researchers to improve outcomes for people with Cancer of Unknown Primary.

The nation-wide 'SUPER' study, is applying molecular profiling and psychosocial research to inform better diagnosis, treatment options, and support.

Australian Genomics is proud to be one of the funders and contributors to the SUPER study: enabling whole genome sequencing to profile complex cases. See more about the SUPER WGS Flagship. 

Read the full ABC article.