COSA Clinical Professional Day Reports
2014  (pdf, 721kb)

COSA AYA Guidelines 
Fertility preservation for AYAs diagnosed with cancer: guidance for health professionals 
Psychosocial management of AYAs diagnosed with cancer: guidance for health professionals 
Early detection of cancer in AYAs: Guidance for general practitioners and primary healthcare providers 

For other guidelines published by COSA please visit the Guidelines page under Publications

ALL6 Clinical Trial 
The Australian Leukaemia and Lymphoma Group have proposed the ALL6 trial to test the feasibility of using a BFM/Study 8 style MRD intervention protocol in this group of patients

Australian Children's Cancer Clinical Trials Registry 
This registry lists all clinical trials open to children and adolescents with cancer or blood disorders currently in progress at children’s cancer centres in Australia.

Australian and New Zealand Children’s Haematology/Oncology Group (ANZCHOG)
ANZCHOG is the leading body representing the interests of children and adolescents with blood diseases and cancer, and their families.

AYA-PK Study 
Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics of Doxorubicin in Children, Adolescents and young adults with Newly Diagnosed Osteosarcoma, Ewing Family of Tumours and Hodgkin Lymphoma.

AYA Research Strategy Workshop Report March 2014

AYA Workshop Reports 2007 - 2012

Cancer Forum: Cancer in adolescents and young adults 
Cancer Forum is Australia’s leading journal for multidisciplinary health professionals working in cancer.

Cancer Learning: Adolescent and Young Adult 
Strengthening cancer care through education and development

FUTuRE Fertility 
The FUTuRE Fertility Research Team (Fertility Understanding Through Registry and Evaluation) has established the first web-based, multi-site Australasian Oncofertility Registry (AOFR) collecting data from cancer and fertility centres in Australia and New Zealand from patients aged 0-45 years of age.

Graduate Certificate of Adolescent Health and Welfare Oncology Stream 
An exciting new opportunity to enhance your knowledge and skills in working with young people with cancer.

International Society of Paediatric Oncology (SIOP) 
SIOP is a dynamic and vibrant global organisation dedicated to increasing knowledge about all aspects of childhood cancer.