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The Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) is the peak national body representing health professionals from all disciplines whose work involves the care of cancer patients.

Vision

All Australians receive quality multidisciplinary cancer care from supported and informed health professionals who work in a multidisciplinary manner.

COSA stands with our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander brothers and sisters in calling out racial inequalities. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people experience 43% worse cancer outcomes than non-Indigenous Australians. Our vision is that ALL Australians receive quality multidisciplinary cancer care from supported and informed health professionals who work in a multidisciplinary manner. We are committed to closing the gaps in health outcomes and will continue to work with our members to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with cancer are treated fairly and equally.

Mission

Provide COSA members with the opportunity to improve cancer care and control in Australia through multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary collaboration.

COSA achieves this by

  • supporting the professional and educational needs of cancer health professionals
  • enhancing cancer care and control through network development
  • advocating for improvements in cancer care and control
  • facilitating research across the spectrum of cancer 

 

Cobook

Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Oncology

Members have free online access.

View

Cancerforum

Cancer Forum

Read the latest issue online at:

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