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Our four Alfred Cancer trials units are world-class. They oversee a comprehensive suite of cancer clinical trials from surgical studies to first-in-human trials of cutting edge therapies to large, Phase III studies that seek to advance standards of care in a range of malignancies.
Our portfolio is one of the largest in the country, giving patients all over Victoria access to potentially life-saving treatments.
Medical Oncology clinical trials
Radiation Oncology clinical trials
Victorian Melanoma Service clinical trials
Why are clinical trials so important?
Clinical trials are at the core of our patient care. They are essential to the discovery of new medicines and devices for a range of health conditions, and provide patients with access to new interventions.
In this video, our leading researchers talk about why clinical trials are so important.
Compassion starts with the self
When people think of self-care, many people automatically imagine a spa day or massage voucher.
Hormones lead to cancer treatment breakthrough
Biological differences between men and women can have an impact on the success of melanoma treatment, according to new research co-led by Alfred oncologist Miles Andrews.
Helping patients through their melanoma journey
A new resource provided to patients at the time of their advanced melanoma diagnosis is set to make things easier during what can be an overwhelming time.