The danger of melanoma is deadly. In Australia alone, five people are expected to die from melanoma today. It’s a difficult fact to acknowledge, and it’s a fact that researchers at Mater Research are determined to change.
According to Melanoma Institute Australia, research is already making a big difference in the treatment of melanoma. And the future of new insights is looking bright, too. At Mater Research, there are numerous world-leading research projects on melanoma being led by dedicated professors.
One of these researchers, Professor Gabrielli, and his team are looking for new ways to safely and more effectively target cancer cells. The research is focused on investigating and exploiting a molecular mechanism in the body that repairs normal UV damage. In melanomas, this mechanism is usually ‘broken’, so the research will determine if the broken mechanism can be targeted, accurately and more safely targeting cancer cells.
Insights from this research could lead to more effective treatments with less side effects. This would greatly improve the lives of those suffering from melanoma – in terms of their treatment and the vast increase of time they have to live their lives.
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We’re proud to offer this as our prize car in the current draw and are expecting a sell-out. The funds from tickets purchased to win the HSV go toward the life-changing research conducted by Mater Research, including Professor Gabrielli’s melanoma studies.
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