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In this recent publication we investigate ways we can cut through the red tape and minimise delay in research that requires sharing materials and data.
New AIHW report marks a milestone in the almost uniformly negative space of Pancreatic Cancer statistics. And it’s a very positive milestone at that.
Searching for a clinical trial? We’ve trialed and curated the best sources of online information about clinical trials in Pancreatic Cancer
Highlighting Neglected Cancers Week: dedicated to those cancers where survival rates remain in single digits
We want to take this week to reflect on the groundbreaking medical research underway in our own backyard which will change the trajectory of this disease.
Two studies were presented at the ASCO Meeting yesterday which showed drastic advances in survival rates for pancreatic cancer trial participants
Greater awareness for Pancreatic Cancer through the World Pancreatic Cancer Coalition. Demand Better. For Patients. For Survival.
We know physical activity is good for us, but what if being physically active reduced the chance of cancer coming back? What if not exercising during cancer treatment was actually harmful? Could a brisk walk a day keep the cancer away?
The questions raised from the Facebook data scandal are so important to the research enterprise because the likelihood of using information such as medical data in this way is probably is closer than we think.
We report on finding unexpected important research information inside a persons inherited genetic material, while we were studying their tumour cells. We found ways to get this information back to our patients and we followed what people did with it.
The APGI is committed to providing broad access to its vast range of Biospecimens and Clinical Data. Our Cost Recovery Schedule has been reviewed and new charges are in place for 2017.