2018, A Year in Review

This year, ALLG achieved an increase in the number and participation of clinical trials, an increase in member engagement, and improved site commitment to the trial program. Thank you to all the [...]

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Blood Meeting

The recent Blood 2018 meeting in Brisbane was definitely a highlight of this year. The ALLG had the opportunity to set up a display booth outlining our most recent clinical trials and to raise [...]

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Blood Cancer Awareness Month

September is 'blood cancer awareness month', and we had the opportunity to take part in a number of conferences, workshops and summits to raise awareness of who we are and to promote our work in [...]

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Trial in Focus – NHL30 (PETReA)

“If the study can confirm the benefit of a PET response adapted approach, it will establish a new standard of care for follicular lymphoma globally”, said A/Prof Trotman.

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The Importance of Clinical Trials

This year, almost 16,000 Australians will begin a long and gruelling journey with blood cancer. Decades of research have led to vastly improved outcomes for blood cancer patients with survival [...]

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