The public money will go towards clinical trials focused on ovarian, cervical and fallopian cancers.
The public money will go towards clinical trials focused on ovarian, cervical and fallopian cancers.

Reproductive cancer researchers given $15m

Medical researchers trying to save the lives of women with reproductive cancers are being given $15 million from the federal government.

The public money will go towards clinical trials focused on ovarian, cervical and fallopian cancers.

"We believe there is a moment where we can improve the number of lives saved, improve the survival rate and continue to push forward," Health Minister Greg Hunt told ABC Radio on Monday.


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