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Multilingual resources

Learn more about the role and value of clinical trials through a series of multilingual videos produced by the Australian Clinical Trials Alliance.

Information about cancer clinical trials (written and audio)

Using the new tool 'Recite Me', you can translate information about cancer clinical trials into any language. Access information about eligibility, teletrials, types of clinical trials, key questions, and common myths, and translate into your preferred language. 

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Nurse and patient

Is a Clinical Trial Right for You?

Developed by the VCCC Alliance in collaboration with the Parkville Cancer Clinical Trials Unit (PCCTU), this resource is translated into 18 langauges. It provides clear information about clinical trial participation and includes a list of questions people can ask their clinical trial team.

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Clinical Trials and You (video) 

This video from the University of Melbourne talks about why researchers run clinical trials, and why you might decide to take part.

I have cancer… is a clinical trial an option for me? (written and audio) 

Information about cancer clinical trials developed by Cancer Institute New South Wales. This information is available in a number of languages, just select your preferred language at the top of the page.


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General information about cancer (written and video)

Cancer Council Victoria has other information about cancer, treatments and side-effects, and our support services, available in languages other than English.


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Victorian Cancer Registry Victorian Government

The Victorian Cancer Trials Link is supported by the Victorian Government through the Victorian Cancer Agency.


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