On behalf of the Trans Tasman Radiation Oncology Group (TROG Cancer Research), it is with pleasure that we invite you to our 29th Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) in Auckland, New Zealand. The event will provide a unique opportunity for all health professionals with an interest in radiation oncology, to collectively discuss and influence the direction of current and future cancer clinical trials.
Our 2017 meeting will feature Subspecialty Group sessions, as well as the return of our full-day, interactive Research Workshops and opportunities to relax and network at our social afternoon, Welcome Function and Gala Dinner.
For almost 30 years, TROG Cancer Research has been making a difference through quality radiotherapy research. We are proud to be known as one of the highest recruiting collaborative trials group in Australia and New Zealand. Since our inception, over 13,500 people have volunteered to participate in more than 90 TROG clinical trials. We collaborate with over 200 hospitals and cancer centres throughout the world. Our organisation, consisting of over 1,150 Australian and international members, is made up of an extensive network of oncologists, radiation therapists, physicists, data managers and other researchers conducting research across a range of cancers.