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Australian & New Zealand Childrens Haematology/Oncology Group

Clinical Trial Support

ANZCHOG collaborates with other organisations and charities to bring the latest ground-breaking trials to Australia and develop national trials and research.

We would like to thank the following organisations for supporting ANZCHOG’s clinical trial and research activity through supporting the ANZCHOG Office and other centralised trial initiatives.

Support for Cancer Clinical Trials Program  – Australian Government through Cancer Australia

Since 2007, ANZCHOG has been supported by the Australian Government through Cancer Australia under the Support For Cancer Clinical Trials program. This funding has been vital to build the capacity within the ANZCHOG Office to support collaborative activities, develop a national coordinated trial agenda and support the development of high quality clinical cancer trial protocols.

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Australian Brain Cancer Mission

The Australian Brain Cancer Mission (the Mission) was established in 2017 with the goal of doubling survival rates and improving the quality of life of people living with brain cancer over 10 years to 2027, with the longer term aim of defeating brain cancer. The Mission, which is a partnership between governments, philanthropy, industry and the private sector, is administered by Cancer Australia on behalf of the Australian Government. Funding provided under the Mission to date will support ANZCHOG to expand its capacities to improve treatments and outcomes for children and adolescents with brain cancer through enhancing access to high quality international clinical trials.

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The Kids’ Cancer Project

The Kids’ Cancer Project continues to support essential activities within the ANZCHOG Office to increase access to international trials, facilitate monitoring and other sponsor activities, and assist in the development of a standardised national  dataset for paediatric oncology.

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Robert Connor Dawes Foundation Clinical Trials Program

The Robert Connor Dawes Foundation Clinical Trials Program aims to accelerate paediatric brain cancer clinical trial activity in Australia and New Zealand, through enhancing the capacity of ANZCHOG to provide access to international clinical trials for Australasian children.

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Financial Markets Foundation for Children Brain Cancer Clinical Trials Program

The Financial Markets Foundation for Children is providing vital funding to increase brain cancer clinical trial activity at paediatric cancer cancers across Australia. Managed by ANZCHOG, this funding will provide essential staffing resource at each of the nine children’s cancer centres to open and conduct the latest brain cancer clinical trials, enhancing access to the latest cutting-edge treatments for all Australian children.

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Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer Foundation

Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer will provide support to ANZCHOG to undertake centralised clinical trial activities for brain cancer trials, benefiting Australian and New Zealand children diagnosed with brain tumours.

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