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Australian & New Zealand Childrens Haematology/Oncology Group

Who we are

The Australian and New Zealand Children’s Haematology/Oncology Group (ANZCHOG) is the peak professional body for paediatric oncologists and other healthcare professionals who care for children with cancer in Australia and New Zealand.

We are also the national Cancer Cooperative Clinical Trials Group for childhood cancers. Our mission is to improve the outcome for every child diagnosed with cancer. We do this by working closely with all children’s cancer centres throughout Australia and New Zealand. Learn More

What we're doing

We are committed to ensuring that all Australian and New Zealand children with cancer have equitable access to state of the art care. We do this by ensuring that our members have ample opportunity to communicate, collaborate and draw upon their collective expertise to optimise the outcome of each patient.

The past and future successes of the global paediatric oncology community have been and will be built on the cornerstone of clinical trials. ANZCHOG plays a pivotal role in providing national coordination of this clinical trial research agenda, both by fostering our own members’ research and also by collaborating with a range of national and international organisations to ensure our patients can participate in world leading research.

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Guidance for children and young people undergoing cancer treatment

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News & events

TGA – Considerations for the Inclusion of Adolescents in Adult Oncology Clinical Trials

On 28 February 2020, the TGA adopted the FDA Guidance for Industry: Considerations for the inclusion of adolescent patients in

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Our supporters & partners

We rely on the generosity of the community and government to improve the care and treatment of children with cancer. That support, combined with partnerships here and overseas, are vital to our ongoing research and education projects.

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