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Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre



The Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre aims to improve outcomes for people affected by cancer. Utilising the perspective that survivorship begins at diagnosis the Centre aims to improve a range of outcomes for people affected by cancer. Funding from The Pratt Foundation focuses on integrating survivorship focused care across the cancer journey and funding from the Victorian Department of Health focuses specifically on improving post-treatment care.

The Centre also aims to create a network of care and support for Australian cancer survivors. The website has been developed to provide accessible, relevant, reliable, up-to-date and evidence-based information and resources about all aspects of cancer survivorship.

In partnership with the Victorian Department of Health the Centre promotes improvements in survivorship care through ongoing support to the Victorian Integrated Cancer Services (ICS) and delivery of the Victorian cancer survivorship program.

The focus for the Centre includes:

Abstract adapted from Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre


Australian Cancer Survivorship Centre
Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Locked Bag 1
A'Beckett St Vic 8006
Ph: (03) 9656 5207


Last updated: 16 March 2015
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