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About Breast Cancer Trials
Breast Cancer Trials (BCT) is a group of world-leading breast cancer doctors and researchers based in Australia and New Zealand with a commitment to exploring and finding better treatments for people affected by breast cancer through clinical trials research.
Founded in 1978, BCT conducts a multicentre national and international clinical trials research program which involves more than 835 researchers in 109 institutions across Australia and New Zealand. More than 16,830 people have participated in our clinical trials.
Our research involves a unique collaboration between researchers, clinical trial participants and supporters, which has improved the treatment of breast cancer, led to changes in the way breast cancer is managed and has saved millions of lives through research collaboration.
Together we are grounded by one simple belief: We can and we will find new and better treatments and prevention strategies for every person affected by breast cancer that saves lives today, tomorrow and forever.
Find out more about our history here.