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Movember Global Action Plan (GAP) Announced

Movember Global Action Plan (GAP) Announced

Working alongside a team of world class prostate cancer experts, the GAP aspires to accelerate key outcomes in prostate cancer research, by facilitating global research collaboration projects.

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Record Movember Year

Record Movember Year

Movember has reported a record year for 2010.

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APCRC - Q Researchers Win NHMRC Grant Funding

APCRC - Q Researchers Win NHMRC Grant Funding

Several APCRC - Q researchers have been successful in the recent National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grant round.

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APCRC - Q Researchers Win ARC Discovery and Linkage Project Grant

APCRC - Q Researchers Win ARC Discovery and Linkage Project Grant

APCRC - Q Profs Pamela Russell, Dietmar W. Hutmacher, and Judith Clements have been part of a successful grant bid.

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Official TRI Launch

Official TRI Launch

Construction of Translational Research Institute officially began yesterday at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

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Dr Ian Vela finds Potential New Target for Metastatic Prostate Cancer

Discovery by: Drs Ian Vela, Colleen Nelson and Judith A. Clements (APCRC - Q); Drs Colm Morrissey, Eva Corey and Robert L. Vessella; Dr Edith M. Gardiner

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APCRC - Q part of New Gamma-Tocotrienol Study

APCRC - Q part of New Gamma-Tocotrienol Study

The Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre - Queensland, the University of Hong Kong, and Davos researchers have found that gamma-tocotrienol is potent in killing prostate cancer stem cells.

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APCRC - Q Researcher Wins PCFA Award

APCRC - Q Researcher Wins PCFA Award

Professor Pamela Russell received the inaugural Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia Prize and Lecture for Outstanding Excellence in Prostate Cancer Research Award last night.

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APCRC - Q to co-host first CellSearch CTC System in Australasia

APCRC - Q to co-host first CellSearch CTC System in Australasia

A brand new CellSearch circulating tumour cell (CTC) test system has arrived at Brisbane's Princess Alexandra Hospital.

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