The Australia New Zealand Sarcoma Association, formerly known as the Australasian Sarcoma Study Group were formed over a decade ago, by clinicians and surgeons with shared interests in sarcoma and research, and establishing itself in 2008 as the Australasian Sarcoma Study Group. ANZSA is one of thirteen Multi-site Collaborative National Cancer Clinical Trials Groups, established to help reduce the impact of cancer in the community. This is achieved through the facilitation of coordination and collaboration between all stakeholders, including people affected through cancer, health professionals, researchers, cancer organisations and governments.
“The aim of ANZSA is to improve outcomes for sarcoma and related tumours in the Australian community by undertaking outstanding international basic, translational, clinical and supportive care research. ANZSA provides the infrastructure for collaboration between multi-disciplinary teams (MDT), which comprise specialist health professionals who work together to discuss cases and how to best manage treatment and care.
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