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Priority-driven collaborative cancer research scheme

 

Overview

The Priority-driven collaborative cancer research scheme is an annual national research project grants funding scheme. It connects government and other funders of cancer research to help reduce the impact of cancer in the community and improve outcomes for those affected by cancer.

This funding scheme helps to:

Cancer Australia's framework of research priorities relate to specific areas of cancer research, tumour types and populations with poorer outcomes. In looking to support research in these areas, Cancer Australia encourages research which focuses on innovation and novel approaches.

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Last updated: 25 August 2016
 
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