Our Vision : No Man Dies of Prostate Cancer
Australian Prostate Cancer Research supports men living with prostate cancer by providing best practice, research validated models of care and treatment, and facilitates research to find a cure.
Brian Taylor tackles men's health
Channel 7 AFL commentator Brian Taylor checks out APCR's Prostate Cancer Centre in North Melbourne with Dr Dan Moon. Watch the …
FREE MATE SEMINAR - EDUCATION FOR MEN ON ANDROGEN THERAPY
Monday 3rd October 2016 12:30-3:30pm at APCR Prostate Cancer Centre Level 8, 14-20 Blackwood Street North Melbourne Vic …
HAVE YOU GOT THE BALLS TO TAKE THE PEEBALL CHALLENGE?
The Adelaide Oval was turned yellow by Chemist Warehouse on Saturday 16th July 2016. 50,000 free yellow t-shirts were …
FREEMASONS PARTNER WITH APCR
APCR is thrilled to be the chosen recipient of one of the first grants from Freemasons Foundation Victoria Limited. …
Research & Initiatives
Prostate Cancer World Congress
Australian Prostate Cancer Research hosts a biannual Prostate Cancer World Congress, bringing together world leaders in prostate cancer. The next world congress dates will be announced shortly!
Prostate Cancer Conference
The 17th Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference will take place 31 August - 3 September at the Melbourne Convention Centre.
Treatment & Support
The Prostate Cancer Centre provides men with a one stop shop for all issues below the belt. Reduced waiting times, access to specialists and comprehensive services in one place result in efficient treatment for patients with prostate cancer and related issues.
Prostmate is an online clinical support program for anyone affected by prostate cancer; it gives patients access to current research information, personalised support, opportunity to talk to prostate cancer specialist nurses and psychologists via video conferencing, and access to online tools such as appointment reminders.
Training & Education
We provide range of fellowship and training opportunities at our Prostate Cancer Centre in Melbourne
Australian Prostate Cancer Research is currently developing a range of professional development opportunities for students, researchers, and clinicians in the prostate cancer field.
Becoming Research Partner
Australian Prostate Cancer Research partners nationally and internationally with a variety of organisations to facilitate and support prostate cancer research