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The SJ Elliot Cancer Trial


October 2022

Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy in children and adolescent cancer patients

Brain cancer and leukemia are the most common cancers diagnosed in the pediatric population and are often treated with lifesaving chemotherapy. However, chemotherapy causes severe adverse effects and chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is a major dose-limiting and debilitating side effect.

Children's Cancers Published research Brain Tumour Research
August 2022

‘Torn in two’: Experiences of Mothers Who Are Pregnant when Their Child Is Diagnosed With Cancer

Mothers of children diagnosed with cancer have been shown to experience high rates of psychological distress and poor physical health. Pregnancy further increases the healthcare needs of mothers due to the marked physiological changes and psychological adaptations.

Children's Cancers Published research Brain Tumour Research
April 2022

Pediatric pineoblastoma: A pooled outcome study of North American and Australian therapeutic data

Pineoblastoma is a rare brain tumor usually diagnosed in children. Given its rarity, no pineoblastoma-specific trials have been conducted. Studies have included pineoblastoma accruing for other embryonal tumors over the past 30 years.

Children's Cancers Published research Brain Tumour Research Leukaemia Translational Research
June 2022

Clinical evidence for synergy between immunotherapy and radiotherapy (SITAR)

Previous preclinical and clinical trials have shown promising antitumour activity and toxicity profile when employing the ‘Synergy between Immunotherapy and Radiotherapy’ (SITAR) strategy. Approximately, one in seven radiation therapy studies currently recruiting is investigating SITAR.

Published research Brain Tumour Research