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Taken to a new level – Pancreatic Cancer Surgical Standards

A new collaborative initiative by the Australasian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group (AGITG) was recently undertaken to put into place …

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2015 Philanthropy Grants fund two AGITG trials

In 2015, the Ronald Geoffrey Arnott Foundation, The Jessica & Wallace Hore Foundation, Perpetual Foundation – Elaine Haworth …

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GAP Study poster presented at ASCO

Over 2500 Australians are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer each year, making research in this disease a high priority. …

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Research leads to hope for treating GI cancer

A new cancer-fighting medicine has shown the ability to suppress tumour growth for people with one of the …

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‘Fruitful’ partnership with PMA Australia & NZ

We all know that eating your fruit and veg is good for you.  ‘Pick right. Feel bright!’ is a …

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Biomarkers, a road map for treatment

In today’s treatment of metastatic colorectal cancer, biomarkers play an increasingly important role in making decisions about the …

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Orange local takes on bowel cancer

John Gill has put up a great fight against bowel cancer for 9 years and now he’s ready …

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Angela Bishop TV support for GI cancer research

Television personality Angela Bishop has spoken on national TV about how she drew inspiration from her late father’s …

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Clinical trials: real people, real benefit

AGITG clinical trials are about bringing real benefit to real people – including immediate benefit for the people …

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GI cancer: 33 deaths a day, 49% survival

New evidence released during GI Cancer Awareness Week 2015 indicates that one Australian dies from a GI cancer …

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