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Celebrating 25 years of GI cancer research

We’re very excited to announce that 2016 marks the 25th birthday of our not-for-profit parent body, the Australasian …

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ACTICCA-1 receives NHMRC funding

In late 2015, Dr Jenny Shannon, Principal Investigator of clinical trial ACTICCA-1, received funding for just under $500,000 …

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The hardest thing I have ever done

Harriet Walker lost her father to stomach cancer two years ago. Only a matter of months later, she …

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A lesson learned

On the day his fourth child, Olivia, was born, Charlie Tootell was diagnosed with bowel cancer. He was …

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Preceptorship in colorectal cancer 2015

Yet another successful AGITG Preceptorship in Colorectal Cancer was held on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th December, in …

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A Summit Reached

1 Mountain, 14 Climbers, $136,000 for GI Cancer Research Associate Professor Niall Tebbutt, an AGITG board member, has recently …

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NABNEC receives NHMRC funding

NABNEC, a randomised Phase II clinical trial recently funded by the NHMRC and supported by Specialised Therapeutics Australia …

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Recruiting for a rare cancer clinical trial

Gastro-intestinal stromal tumours (GIST) are rare cancers that can develop in different locations throughout the gastro-intestinal tract. When …

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Immunotherapy a promising future

Professor Rob Ramsay is very excited about the future of immunotherapy in the treatment of a number of …

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CommNETS – moving forward for NETs

Representatives from Australia, New Zealand and Canada met for the first major project of the Commonwealth Neuroendocrine Tumour Group …

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