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South Australia scientists to fight prostate cancer

A number of top cancer specialists in South Australia have banded together to step up the battle against prostate cancer, which kills 3,000 men in South Australia every year.

The SA Prostate Cancer Research Collaborative was initiated by the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health and involves researchers from the University of Adelaide.

The aim is to focus research into the disease, the university said on 28 September.

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, the Repatriation General Hospital, the University of South Australia, the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, Flinders University, the Royal Adelaide Hospital and the Ashford Cancer Centre are also involved.