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Controversies in oesophagogastric cancer
Andrew Cameron, Katrin M Sjoquist, John R Zalcberg
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Overview of controversies in oesophagogastric cancer
Andrew Cameron, Katrin M Sjoquist and John R Zalcberg
Local therapies and resection in Barrett's Oesophagus and early oesophagogastric cancer
Alyisha Tan, Finlay Macrae, and B Mark Smithers
Reviewing the role of cytotoxics in oesophagogastric cancer in the refractory relapsed and advanced settings
Sarwan Bishnoi and Timothy J Price
Australian perspective on the role of targeted therapies in gastroesophageal cancer
Sid Deb, Danielle Ferraro, Niall C Tebbutt, Stephen B Fox
Role of radiotherapy in operable oesophageal cancer
Mark T Lee
Biomarkers in oesophagogastric cancers
Andrew Cameron, Andrew Barbour, Nicci Wayte and Tim Akhurst
Surgical approaches in resectable oesophagogastric cancer
Cuong Duong and John Spillane
Palliative care of people with oesophageal cancer
Katherine Clark, Afaf Girgis and David C Currow
Nutritional status and fitness in neoadjuvant chemoradiation for oesophagogastric cancer
Bernhard Riedel, Hilmy Ismail, Merran Findlay and Rachelle Ryan
Cancer Council Australia's Student Essay Competition - Personalised cancer treatment - fad or future?
Cancer research and funding in Western Australia: An overview from 2008 to 2010
Nicole Shirazee, Toni Musiello, Claire Johnson and Christobel Saunders
Australian behavioural research in cancer
Cancer Council Australia
Cancer Voices Australia
Clinical Guidelines Network
Clinical Oncological Society of Australia
Medical Oncology Group of Australia
The Little Pink Book: A complete guide to breast cancer and its treatment
Katrina Breaden, Palliative and Supportive Services, Flinders University, Adelaide.
Helena Green, King Edward Memorial Hospital, Subiaco, Western Australia.
Tales from the Cancer Ward
Lesley McQuire, New South Wales. Lesley is a cancer survivor who, for many years has been affiliated with cancer organisations such as Cancer Australia and Cancer Voices Australia, both as an advisor to government and as an advocate for cancer survivors. Lesley recently retired after many years working in the health sector.
Cancer Pain Assessment, Diagnosis and Management
Colleen Carter, Department of Palliative Care, Campbelltown and Camden Hospitals, New South Wales.
Let sleeping dogs lie? What men should know before getting tested for prostate cancer
Gabrielle Prest, New South Wales.
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