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12/02/2019

A new clinical trial by TROG Cancer Research has shown for the first time that a new radiotherapy technique produced greater survival rates in early stage inoperable lung cancer patients, compared to conventional radiation treatment. The TROG 09.02 CHISEL ...

29/01/2019

Results from Australia’s and New Zealand’s biggest cancer trial have identified the best treatment regime for men suffering from newly-diagnosed aggressive but localised prostate cancer. The RADAR study, run through TROG Cancer Research, compared the use of hormone treatment ...

7/08/2018

TROG Cancer Research has been successful in being awarded a $1.5 million grant (2018-2020) under the Cancer Australia Support for Cancer Clinical Trials Program. The funding from Cancer Australia provides essential infrastructure for TROG to build our ...

7/08/2018

The board of TROG Cancer Research is pleased to announce the appointment of Susan Goode as the new TROG Chief Executive Officer. Susan is formerly the Centre Manager for the Hunter Cancer Research Alliance at the University of Newcastle. ...

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