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"When there is no option but to take your child home and make memories, clinical trials offer hope to broken hearted parents and the option to be proactive in trying to save their child and not just accepting the status quo."

Khush and Rob De Rose
Parents of Isabella 

Unfortunately, current treatments for brain cancer don’t work for the majority of patients, with just 2 in 10 people surviving for five years past diagnosis. Until more effective treatments become available as part of routine care, clinical trials are the best way for patients to access novel treatments. 

 

Cure Brain Cancer Foundation believes every person diagnosed with brain cancer in Australia should be able to access new treatments through world-class clinical trials. We work with our international partners to bring these trials here as soon as they’re available overseas, and we back ground-breaking trials right here at home. We also support Australian science to help get promising treatments, developed here, from the lab to patients as fast as possible. 

 

The information learned from these trials benefits patients across the world. 

Unfortunately, current treatments for brain cancer don’t work for the majority of patients, with just 2 in 10 people surviving for five years past diagnosis. Until more effective treatments become available as part of routine care, clinical trials are the best way for patients to access novel treatments. 

 

Cure Brain Cancer Foundation believes every person diagnosed with brain cancer in Australia should be able to access new treatments through world-class clinical trials. We work with our international partners to bring these trials here as soon as they’re available overseas, and we back ground-breaking trials right here at home. We also support Australian science to help get promising treatments, developed here, from the lab to patients as fast as possible. 

 

The information learned from these trials benefits patients across the world. 

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“Clinical trials are the essential step between research that is promising in the laboratory, and research that has real benefit to people’s lives. Every advance that has been made in brain cancer has been built on the generosity of people who have trusted their doctors and taken part in a clinical trial. I encourage everyone – patients, families, doctors, and researchers – to make a difference for people with brain cancer by considering clinical research as a crucial part of clinical care.”

 

Prof Anna Nowak
Medical Oncologist 
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