Deborah Hutton talks about her skin cancer journey and how the photo she posted of her scar went viral
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*Dr Jessica Da Gama Duarte, who supported by her first Cure Cancer grant last year, has developed an exciting non-invasive technology to measure the extent of cancer patientsimmune engagement‚Äù. By analysing a drop of blood taken from patients undergoing immunotherapy, she aims to predict how they respond to treatments aimed at boosting their immune systems.
*Deborah Hutton, one of Australias much-loved personalities who has worked in the Australian television industry for over 20 years, and how her recent battle with facial skin cancer has been well-documented and has brought new light to the horrible disease.
*Nikki Kinloch, the CEO of Cure Cancer