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Research for a World Without Breast Cancer

The Australia and New Zealand Breast Cancer Trials Group (ANZBCTG) conducts an independent, collaborative breast cancer clinical trials research program to save lives from breast cancer.
Clinical trials identify new, safe and effective treatments and treatment strategies for those diagnosed with breast cancer and prevention strategies for all, particularly for women at increased risk. 
We work with researchers throughout Australia, New Zealand and globally to pool resources, avoid duplication, share knowledge and achieve research progress faster for the benefit of all women.
The Breast Cancer Institute of Australia (BCIA) is the fundraising and education department of the ANZBCTG.  Ongoing support for clinical trials research is essential for progress - results can be achieved more quickly, when more funding is available.  
Our aim is to eradicate all suffering from breast cancer and achieve the ultimate goal of “a world without breast cancer.”

Recent Breast Cancer Research News

Breast Cancer Researcher Among the World's Most Influential Scientific Minds 19/01/2016
The career of breast cancer researcher Professor John Forbes AM has been recognised, with the release of Thomson Reuters list of "The World's Most Influential Scientific Minds: 2015". more...
2016 Diary that Supports Women's Health 05/01/2016
There's no better time to give your lifestyle a health makeover, and the perfect tool to get healthy and organised for the year ahead is the 2016 Australian Women's Health Diary. more...
New Treatment Option for Women with Early Form of Breast Cancer 11/12/2015
The results of an international clinical trial have shown that anastrozole is as effective as tamoxifen for treating postmenopausal women with an early form of breast cancer known as ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS). more...

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Messages from our breast cancer research supporters

  • Jean
    My daughter and sister-in-law have both been treated for , and recovered from Breast Cancer. I am most grateful
  • Jale
    I have friends and relatives who had breast cancer.
  • Josina
    My sister-in-law died of breast cancer at only 69 years of age. She is sorely missed, she was a wonderful Christian woman who did much for others.
  • Gail
    I am supporting BCIA because so many of my friends have been diagnosed with breast cancer and I feel very lucky that I appear to be free at this time.
  • Robyn
    We need all the research we can get into breast cancer and if my donation helps a lovely lady that is a comfort.
  • Paul
    Sister was diagnosed 11 years ago. At this stage still in remission
  • Nick
    In memory of Dee
  • Sheila
    Keep strong everyone! Thinking of my godmother Lally, always.
  • Robyn
    I have seen my sister in law go through this experience, myself have just had a melanoma removed which was harrowing, cancer touches everybody
  • Linda
    For my lovely neighbour who is now celebrating her ninth Christmas after her diagnosis!
  • Rene
    in support of family and friends who suffered from breast cancer
  • Patrice
    Merry Christmas! This is a special gift for my partner's family, who I care about very much.
  • Sheena
    Our family has been touched by Breast cancer this year and I pray this donation will help in a small way towards finding a cure in the near future.
  • Nicole
    It is Christmas and it made me think of all those people who lost their battle with cancer this year.
  • Linda
    Breast cancer has affected so many of our family and friends, we hope and pray that one day it will be a thing of the past.
  • Christine
    Keep up the good work!! My mum is in remission from breast cancer :) I will do everything i can to stay in good health to see my little boy grow up :)
  • Helen
    I was diagnosed with early breast cancer 14 years ago. The work of organisations such as BCIA is vital in helping patients have better chances of survival!
  • Colin
    I lost a sister to Breast Cancer 10 13 years ago. My hope is that treatment continues to improve so that my wife and daughters never need to fear it.
  • Rowena
    This year I am starting the Christmas tradition of donating instead of gift giving. Wishing everyone happiness and health for the festive season and always xoxo
  • Judith
    I have two family members who have survived breast cancer.
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