Labor to fast-track leukaemia drug trials

Canberra Times

17 April 2019 - Patients with deadly blood cancers will get faster access to potentially life-saving drug trials if Labor wins the May federal election.

Bill Shorten is promising $20 million for a new program Right to Trial, which will make it easier for blood cancer patients to get into drug trials.

Blood cancers are a complex group of diseases that start in the bone marrow. They are the second most frequently diagnosed cancers in Australia and the second biggest cause of cancer death.

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