South Australian Cancer Research Strategy: 2016-2021

Jim Bishop, Lincoln Size, Mike Brooks, Robert Saint, Tanya Monro, Tim Hughes, Ross McKinnon, David Roder, Dorothy Keefe, Ian Olver, Judith Dwyer, Greg Sharplin

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South Australia is committed to ongoing collaborative investment in cancer research to reduce the burden of cancer on the community. In 2006, South Australia’s Cancer Clinical Network, in collaboration with Cancer Council SA developed the first Statewide Cancer Control Plan. This plan laid the foundations for the South Australian Cancer Research Collaborative – a joint venture between SA Health, Cancer Council SA, The University of Adelaide, Flinders University and the University of South Australia. Finalised in 2011, the Collaborative was the most significant change in cancer research strategy in South Australia’s recent history and oversaw the implementation and management of state-level funding from 2011 to 2016; the Cancer Council Beat Cancer Project.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationEastwood, South Australia
PublisherCancer Council South Australia
Commissioning bodyCancer Council South Australia
Number of pages68
Publication statusPublished - 2015


  • Cancer Council SA
  • Cancer research strategy


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