$5 Million Funding Boost for Brain Cancer Personalized Trials

Jul 18, 2018 | Australia, Children’s Brain Cancer, Oncology

The Zero Childhood Cancer personalized medicine program is the largest single initiative ever undertaken for children with cancer in Australia. Led by the Children’s Cancer Institute, in partnership with the Kid’s Cancer Centre in Sydney Children’s Hospital Randwick. The program is designed to fast-track children with elevated risk brain cancer treatment with new drugs specifically tailored for their unique disease.  Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull and Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt announced $5 million in funding from the Medical Research Future Fund for the Zero Childhood Cancer brain cancer program.

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