The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre

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The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre

The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) was established in 2009 and is a powerful alliance of ten successful Victorian organisations committed to cancer control: Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne Health (including The Royal Melbourne Hospital), The University of Melbourne, The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, The Royal Women’s Hospital, The Royal Children’s Hospital, Western Health, St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne (including St Vincent's Institute), Austin Health (including the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute and Austin Lifesciences) and Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.

Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Vision

To save lives through the integration of cancer research, education and patient care.

The Board

Board Members and information on the Committees that support them.

The Alliance

More about the ten partner organisations who make up the VCCC Alliance.

The VCCC Team

Staff profiles of the VCCC workforce and program leaders.

The Facility

More about the VCCC building: a purpose-built facility for cancer research, treatment, care and education in Victoria.

Supporters and Networks

More information on the VCCC's supporters and the networks that the VCCC participates in.

VCCC Strategic Plan 2016-20

The VCCC Strategic Plan (2016-2020): a partnership to control and cure cancer, details the organisation’s vision, purpose, goals and strategic priorities for 2016-2020.

Strategic Research Plan 2017-20

What’s needed to turn research discoveries into better outcomes for Victorian cancer patients?