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INTEGRATE trial results published

The manuscript about results of the AGITG INTEGRATE trial, “Regorafenib for the Treatment of Advanced Gastric Cancer (INTEGRATE): a …

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Volunteers needed for neuropathic symptoms study

Phil Mendoza-Jones is a cancer survivor who commenced chemotherapy treatment in late 2004, completing it in April 2005. …

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New Pancreatic Cancer Treatment guidelines

Conjoint Professor David Goldstein New surgery guidelines have been developed by a team of leading Australian pancreatic cancer …

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Excellence and Innovation in GI cancer research since 1991

For 25 years, the Australasian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group, our parent body, has been conducting and promoting clinical and …

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Update on GI cancers

From June 3 – 7 more than 30,000 cancer specialists — including doctors, researchers, and patient advocates — …

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Celebrating International Clinical Trials Day

International Clinical Trials Day is celebrated around the world on or near May 20 each year in order …

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It’s time to #knockoutgicancer

New evidence released at the end of April indicates an increase in the five year survival rate for …

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Joel is Reddy to knock out GI cancer

Joel Reddy started his NRL career with the Parramatta Eels and finished as the World Club Champions with …

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Liza shares her grief

When Hal Harvey was first diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer, his wife, Liza, was Parliamentary Secretary for the …

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Maybe I can save my own life – or the lives of my children

When his father died of oesophageal cancer in 2015, Jason Webb thought “Why, in this day and age …

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