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Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre New South Wales

Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre New South Wales forms part of a national, collaborative research network that conducts and delivers national research programs across all areas of prostate cancer.

The Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre in New South Wales was founded in 2013 with the aid of Common Wealth Government funding.

The Centre adopts a multi-disciplinary approach as its researchers focus on making significant scientific breakthroughs in the development of new biomarkers and therapeutics and translate the discoveries into improved prostate cancer care. 

Through the national prostate cancer research program,  this Centre will partner with leading institutions to develop, fund, and deliver national research programs to discover the causes of prostate cancer, improve patient outcomes and educate people on all aspects of diagnosis, treatment, and patient care.

The New South Wales Centre is a sister Centre to the APCRC-Q. Together with the Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre Epworth, the three Centres form a triad of disease-specific, consolidated national prostate cancer research Centres in Australia.