COSA works with a number of organisations to develop and maintain high-quality clinical management and care of people affected by cancer. These include:
Cancer Council Australia
Cancer Council Australia is Australia's peak national non-government cancer control organisation. They advise the Australian Government and other bodies on practices and policies to help prevent, detect and treat cancer. Cancer Council Australia also advocate for the rights of cancer patients for best treatment and supportive care.
Cancer Co-operative Trials Groups
Australia has 14 national cancer cooperative trials groups that work to help improve the survival of cancer patients through independent cancer clinical trials. Clinical trials contribute to a reduction in premature death and disability, improvement in the evidence behind cancer care, and a health system that is both cost-effective and best practice. The cancer co-operative trials groups have a record of world-class research.
Cancer Australia is a national government agency, working to reduce the impact of cancer on all Australians. They work in partnership with consumers, health professionals, cancer organisations, researchers and governments, to improve outcomes for all people affected by cancer.
COSA has a number of strong and mutually beneficial relationships with national and international clinical oncology organisations, including:
Last updated: 09/08/12 11:10:25