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Interview with Professor Ramsay

Professor Rob Ramsay received the Best of New Concepts Award at the AGITG Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) in …

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November is pancreatic awareness month

During November, we recognise one of the most difficult to diagnose and therefore treat gastro-intestinal cancers – pancreatic …

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INTEGRATE II recruits first patient

INTEGRATE II, an AGITG led Phase III clinical trial in gastro-oesophageal cancer has opened to recruitment in Australia. …

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Trekking the Great Wall for Rochelle

(From Left: Sister Isabel, Daughters Jessica and Sara, Rochelle and Ruth) Ruth Nissim has never been one to …

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Breaking the cycle of GI cancer statistics

A team of seven adventurers recently returned from cycling 360kms over 6 days, through extreme heat, mud and …

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Consumer Advisory Panel: Call for EOI

The Australasian Gastro‐Intestinal Trials Group (AGITG) is seeking expressions of interest from people affected by gastro‐intestinal cancer (survivors/patients/carers/family) …

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AGITG Innovation Fund awarded

Dr Matthew Burge (right) is pictured with Professor Tim Price. Dr Matthew Burge from the Royal Brisbane and …

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John Zalcberg OAM Award for Excellence

Professor Goldstein (middle) is pictured with his wife Jenny and Professor John Zalcberg OAM (left).   The ‘John …

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Nine Gutsy Engineers run 900km

In August 2016, a team of nine gutsy engineers from Tasnetworks in Hobart got together and decided to …

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Assoc Prof Nick Pavlakis

Promising results lead to INTEGRATE II

In 2015, the AGITG brought together leaders in gastro-oesophageal cancer from around the globe to design a major …

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