The Peter Mac Radiation Oncology department conducts a number of phase I to III clinical trials in a wide range of cancers including prostate, lung, head and neck, breast, lymphoma, bladder, kidney, skin, oesophagus, stomach, liver and central nervous system.
The Department of Radiation Oncology conducts prospective, phase I-III clinical trials involving radiotherapy as combined or single modality treatment in breast, lung, urology, gynaecological, gastrointestinal, head and neck, neurology and skin. Interventions range from Stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy and brachytherapy to intensity-modulated radiation therapy and also investigate combinations of radiotherapy with chemotherapy, immunotherapy, targeted therapies and advanced medical imaging techniques.
Patient cases are discussed in Multidisciplinary meetings. When potential trial participants are identified, patients are referred to the Radiation Oncology Department by Peter Mac surgeons or specialists.
To directly refer a patient for consideration of a Radiation Oncology Trials clinical trial see information below.
A comprehensive list of Peter Mac’s open recruiting trials can be found on the Looking for a Clinical Trials Page. For detailed information on how to refer a patient for consideration of a clinical trial, refer to below tumour stream guidelines.
More information on referrals to Peter Mac, can be found through the Peter Mac referrals page.
Referring a patient
1. Review the tumour stream referral guide below
2. Complete the standard referral form
3. Include a copy of the following information:
- A request to be considered for a clinical trial
- Medical history including radiotherapy history
- Latest scans
- Blood results
4. Print, sign and fax to (03) 8559 7371 or email [email protected]