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Our International Clinical Trial Collaborations
Breast Cancer Trials (BCT) works in collaboration with almost 900 researchers in 109 institutions throughout Australia and New Zealand, and with similar researchers internationally. This collaboration ensures that women and specialists in Australia and New Zealand get early access to new, promising treatments. It also places us at the forefront of research progress, playing a pivotal role in influencing breast cancer practice globally thereby contributing to better outcomes for thousands of women in Australia and New Zealand, and potentially millions more throughout the world.
BCT members are representatives on many national and international clinical trial steering committees, scientific committees, editorial boards, advisory boards, and societies.
BCT regularly collaborates with 16 countries and other international world-renowned clinical trials groups, including:
- Alliance Foundation Trials – USA
- Austrian Breast & Colorectal Cancer Study Group (ABCSG) – Austria
- Breast International Group (BIG) – Belgium
- Canadian Cancer Trials Group (CCTG) – Canada
- Cancer Trials Support Unit (CTSU) – USA
- Cancer Research UK (CRUK) – UK
- Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – UK
- German Breast Group (GBG) – Germany
- Groupo Oncologico Cooperativo Chileno de Investigation (GOCCHI) – Chile
- Grupo Argentino de Investigacion Clinica en Oncologi (GAICO) – Argentina
- SOLTI – Spain
- International Breast Cancer Study Group (IBCSG) – Switzerland and USA
- Nottingham Clinical Trials Unit (NCTU) – UK
- Taiwan Breast Cancer Consortium (TBCC) – Taiwan
- Translational Research in Oncology (TRIO) – France and Canada