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Brain Tumour Australian Information.com.au – Research
 
 
 
 

Support & Donate towards Research

Research can assist in solving the riddle of Brain Tumours, so if you would like to make a contribution to any of the work done by the following organisations please consult their individual websites for information on how you can make a difference


Australian Genomics and Clinical Outcomes of High Grade Glioma  [AGOG]
The ultimate aims of AGOG are to bring together Australian doctors and scientists involved in treating and researching gliomas[ brain tumours]. Researchers want to be able to identify people at risk of developing a glioma, and to provide them with optimum treatment options, that will extend survival for the brain tumour patient, while maintaining good quality of life.

 
COGNO: Cooperative Trials Group for Neuro-Oncology
COGNO is a member of the Cooperative Clinical Trials Groups of the Clinical Oncological Society of Australia (COSA) and has a close working relationship with the COSA Neuro-Oncology Group. The group is located at the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Clinical Trials Centre (CTC), at the University of Sydney which coordinates the trials activity within COGNO. Its main aim is to conduct investigator initiated and collaborative group trials addressing important clinical questions in patients with brain tumours.
 

The Cancer Council NSW
The Cancer Council conducts research into the causes of cancer and how best to prevent it; exploring new and better ways of diagnosing and treating cancer; as well as studies into improving the quality of life of people with cancer. If you wish your donation to assist Brain Tumour Research specifically, then notify them at time of donation or call the Donor Relations hotline on 1300 780 113.

State & Territory Cancer Councils welcome donations to assist with research. If you wish your donation to assist Brain Tumour Research specifically, then notify them at time of donation. Click on the State & Territory Cancer Council links below:

Australian Capital Territory
Northern Territory
Queensland
South Australia
Tasmania
Victoria
Western Australia
 
The Cure for Life Foundation [CFLF]
The Cure For Life Foundation™ has been established for the advancement of the research and treatment of brain tumours within Australia. Their primary goals include raising public awareness of the incidence of brain tumours; to study the epidemiology of brain tumours to better understand the reason why they occur and to support the development of advanced surgical techniques

 
The Hunter Brain Tumour Support Network
A Named Fund within the Hunter Community Foundation [NSW Australia] has been established for the Hunter Brain Tumour Support Network. Those wanting to contribute to support of patients in the Hunter area, and to the continuing update of this website resource, may make contributions, which are tax deductible.
 
The Kolling Institute of Medical Research
One of the leading centres of health and medical research in NSW, the Kolling Institute is jointly affiliated with the University of Sydney, through the Northern Clinical School, and RNSH in the Northern Sydney Central Coast Area Health Service. Their goal is to uncover the basis of disease and translate knowledge to the clinic for the betterment of patient health and wellbeing. If you wish your donation to assist Brain Tumour Research specifically, then notify them at time of donation

 
The Lowy Cancer Research Centre
The University Of New South Wales (UNSW) and the Children’s Cancer Institute Australia (CCIA) have joined forces to create Australasia’s only integrated childhood and adult cancer medical research institute, the Lowy Cancer Research Centre. Spotlight on brain tumours
It is a cross-disciplinary team whose work spans the laboratory sciences, clinical practice and health policy. The aim of the group is to learn how childhood and adult cancers start and develop, and to discover new treatments to save lives and eliminate suffering. If you wish your donation to assist Brain Tumour Research specifically, then notify them at time of donation
 
The Sydney Neuro-oncology Group [SNOG]
The Sydney Neuro-Oncology Group is a multi-disciplinary group of health professionals who have formed a charitable organisation, which aims to improve the management of brain tumours through targeted research, information sharing and constant scrutiny of treatment options.
 
Trans Tasman Radiation Oncology Group [TROG]
TROG Cancer Research is Australia and New Zealand's specialist multi-disciplinary clinical research group dedicated to the treatment of a wide range of cancers through radiotherapy in combination with other therapies and has to date achieved significant improvements in patient care and outcomes. Currently over 300 clinicians and other researchers and over 8000 patients have contributed to the TROG research program. If you wish your donation to assist Brain Tumour Research specifically, then notify them at time of donation