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New JAMA paper on rectal cancer clinical trial

A comparison of the surgical removal of rectal tumours by a laparoscopically-assisted procedure and open surgery reveals that …

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The GI Cancer Institute on Channel 7!

On Sunday 20 September 2015, the GI Cancer Institute and the Kilimanjaro Gutsy Challenge were featured on Channel …

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AGITG Innovation Fund 2015 announced

The Australasian Gastro-Intestinal Trials Group (AGITG) is excited to announce the recipients of the inaugural AGITG Innovation Fund, …

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Excellence is rewarded

The inaugural John Zalcberg OAM Award for Excellence in AGITG Clinical Trials Research was awarded to Mr Dan …

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Engage Community Forum in Gawler, SA

Gastro-intestinal (GI) cancer is the most common form of cancer in Australia. If you have had or are …

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Kicking goals to fight GI cancer

Saturday 8th August turned out to be mild and sunny In Lindisfarne, Tasmania, despite recent snow in the …

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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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