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ANZCHOG relies on the support of the community and government to improve the care and treatment for children with cancer. This support is vital for ANZCHOG to undertake research and education projects in Australia and New Zealand.

ANZCHOG would like to thank the following organisations for their generous support:

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Our Partners & Supporters:

  • Commonwealth Government

    Cancer Australia was established by the Australian Government in 2006 to benefit all Australians affected by cancer, and their families and carers. Cancer Australia works to reduce the impact of cancer and improve the well-being of those diagnosed by ensuring that evidence informs cancer prevention, screening, diagnosis, treatment and supportive care. ANZCHOG is supported by Cancer Australia through their Support For Cancer Clinical Trials program to build the capacity of Australia to undertake high quality clinical cancer trials.

  • Quinert Rodda & Associates

    Quinert Rodda & Associates is a boutique law firm offering services in the corporate and commercial area. The extensive experience of the partners ensures a long term commercial relationship and the provision of practical advice on a range of contractual and other commercial law matters to clients ranging from multinational public companies to privately owned concerns.

  • Haines Muir Hill

    Haines Muir Hill is an accounting, business advisory and financial planning firm providing quality personal services to the SME and family business sector.

    We are committed to providing high quality, practical and pragmatic advice, to assist our clients in running their businesses and enhancing their wealth and lifestyle.

    Website: www.hmh.com.au
    Address: 888 Doncaster Road, Doncaster East, Vic, 3109
    Phone: 03 9840 2200

  • Robert Connor Dawes Foundation

    The Robert Connor Dawes Foundation is supporting brain matters in areas of research, care and development, by funding the research to end brain cancer and supporting patients in the meantime. The Robert Connor Dawes Foundation is proud to co-fund the AIM-BRAIN Project, developing an Australian platform to molecularly characterise the tumours of every Australian or New Zealand child diagnosed with brain cancer. More information about the Robert Connor Dawes Foundation can be found at their website.

  • Clinical Oncological Society of Australia

    The Clinical Oncological Society of Australia (COSA) is the peak national body representing multidisciplinary health professionals whose work encompasses cancer control and care. COSA members are doctors, nurses, scientists and all allied health professionals involved in the clinical care of children, adolescents and adult cancer patients.

  • My Room

    My Room is a volunteer-led organisation dedicated to raising funds for childhood cancer research, clinical care and family support, to improve the quality of life for children with cancer and to work towards our goal of a 100% cure rate for childhood cancers. My Room is proud to support MyeChild 01, enabling access to a new international clinical trial for Australian and New Zealand children diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia. For more information about My Room, please visit their website (www.myroom.com.au).


  • The Kids' Cancer Project

    The Kids’ Cancer Project is a leading national charity funding childhood cancer research. Thanks to generous community support more than $27 million has been invested into projects across Australia. The Kids’ Cancer Project is committed to achieving one hundred percent survival for all kids with cancer with minimal or no side effects.

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