Improving life for women with gynaecological cancer through research
We are the peak, national gynaecological cancer clinical trials organisation for Australia and New Zealand.
Our purpose is to improve outcomes and quality of life for women with gynaecological cancer through conducting and promoting cooperative clinical trials and undertaking multidisciplinary research into the causes, prevention and treatments of gynaecological cancer.
Key facts about the Australia New Zealand Gynaecological Oncology Group (ANZGOG):
- established in 2000
- more than 960 members including:
- clinicians who treat women with gynaecological cancer, nurses, data managers, social workers, exercise physiologists, allied health professionals and laboratory researchers,
- women with cancer and people from their support networks.
- conducting research with over 52 hospitals and many research and academic institutions
- active in all states and most territories of Australia and the North and South Islands of New Zealand.
- collaborating with research groups locally and globally.
- registered as a health promotion charity with fundraising licences in all states and territories and endorsed as a deductible gift recipient under Section 30-15 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.
- company limited by guarantee number, ABN 69 138 649 028.
The ANZGOG Constitution provides insights into ANZGOG governance.
Virtually every advance in cancer survival has been made on the back of clinical trials.