The PNET Cancer Foundation is proud to announce that it is a funding partner in the AIM Project – a major Australian project conducting research into all children’s brain cancers. The project is being led by the Robert Connor Dawes Foundation (RCD), in conjunction with ANZCHOG (Australia and New Zealand Children’s Haematology and Oncology Group).

The project will study the molecular profile of ALL children’s brain cancers diagnosed in Australia and New Zealand over the next four years to better understand the pathology of tumours and to identify better treatments.  It is the biggest brain cancer research project in Australia’s history and will be a major contribution to children’s brain cancer research.

The RCD Foundation is to be congratulated for its role and hard work in initiating this invaluable project which we are proud to be a part of. For more information, see the following link on the RCD web-site: