A huge thank you to Snowdome for this lovely piece on Professor Cheah’s interview with the West Australian.
Since 2018, thirty-six new clinical trials have been activated and an incredible 235 patients have gained access to a new treatment in Western Australia. With one new blood cancer patient being diagnosed every 31 minutes, the need for clinical trials has never been greater. However, the increased number of clinical trials on offer does come at a cost. Staff are needed to recruit, monitor and manage patients on trials. If you would like to help blood cancer patients in Western Australia access new treatments, please donate to Snowdome. You will be ‘making hope real’ for Western Australian blood cancer patients.
To read the full article, please visit the Snowdome Foundation at: https://www.snowdome.org.au/media/clinical-trials-bring-hope/
To read the full article in The West Australian, please click the link below: https://www.snowdome.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Clinical-trials-a-dose-of-hope-The-West-Australian-2_24_20211.pdf