While Clinical Practice Guidelines and Guides for Patients do not yet exist for all types of rare cancers, the following links may be of use to clinicians:
Rare Cancer Research
Medical research is important for improving the outcomes for all patients with cancer.
To understand how any type of cancer occurs, how it spreads and how best to treat it, a large group of patients usually needs to be recruited. Researchers aim to collect as much information as possible so that their findings are reliable.
Specialist Australian Tumour Groups *NEW*
The ARC Portal partners with several specialist tumour groups to facilitate patient referral to clinical trials across a number of tumour groups including: