Every meaningful advance in treatment has been the result of a clinical trial
The Australian and New Zealand Urogenital and Prostate (ANZUP) Cancer Trials Group mission is to improve treatments and outcomes for people affected by below the belt cancers.
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UPDATED ENZAMET RESULTS
The landmark Australian led clinical trial showed that hormone therapy with a drug called enzalutamide can improve overall survival for people with advanced, hormone-sensitive prostate cancer.
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Three Year Follow Up Results of the TheraP Trial Announced
A new class of effective therapy for men with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer
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ANZUP x Sydney Sock Project
That’s right, we have partnered up with the Sydney Sock Project to design and produce a variety of cheeky socks. Say hello to the ‘Penis Sock’ ‘Testicle Sock’ and ‘Below the Belt Sock’.
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What we do

ANZUP is the leading cancer cooperative clinical trials group that brings together all of the professional disciplines and groups involved in researching and treating below the belt (penile, bladder, kidney, prostate and testicular) cancers and conduct high quality clinical research.

ANZUP identifies gaps in evidence and areas of clinical need, collaborates with the leading clinicians and researchers in below the belt cancers, and communicate frequently and effectively with the broader community along the way.
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Join ANZUP

If you are not yet an ANZUP member then join our large
multidisciplinary network of urogenital and prostate cancer
researchers, clinicians, nurses, psychologists, scientists, allied
health and consumer representatives. Membership is free.

If you are a member of the community and would like to learn more about below the belt cancers, then join ‘Friends of ANZUP’.

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Trials and Research

All of the major milestones in controlling cancer worldwide have
come through clinical trials, but we still have a long way to go to
help every person affected, at risk or diagnosed with this disease.
We have clinical trials across each cancer type, in various stages
of progress: in activation, open to patient recruitment, in follow
up and completed trials.

Telehealth and Teletrials

Teletrials builds on the telehealth model and increases access to clinical trials for people with cancer living in rural and remote locations.

Teleheath and Teletrials

Teletrials builds on the telehealth model and increases access to clinical trials for people with cancer living in rural and remote locations, or in self-isolation due to COVID-19. Teletrials also allows trials recruitment and activity to continue.

Apply now for the ANZUP Study Coordinator Scholarship!
https://anzup.org.au/awards-and-grants/anzup-trial-study-coordinator-scholarships/
Closing in exactly one week, Friday May 24.

#ANZUP24ASM

Another productive @ANZUPtrials Ideas Generation Workshop in progress today, this time #KidneyCancer with a wide ranging conversation and diverse engagement as always in the room and online.

Thanks @urotoday for publishing this commentary on @ANZUPtrials @BelowTheBeltANZ pilot study of water irrigation to reduce #bladdercancer recurrence

https://www.urotoday.com/recent-abstracts/urologic-oncology/bladder-cancer/150565-a-phase-2-pilot-study-of-water-irrigation-after-transurethral-resection-of-bladder-tumor-watip-demonstrating-safety-feasibility-and-activity-beyond-the-abstract.html

Last year, there was an estimated 4,682 cases of kidney cancer in Australia.
As ANZUP recognises Kidney Health Week (11-17 May 2024) we highlight the prevalence of kidney cancer and encourage the identification of risk factors to help prevent this form of below the belt cancer.

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