International Cancer Research Partnership
In July 2012, the National Breast Cancer Foundation became the first Australian organisation to join the International Cancer Research Partnership (ICRP).
ICRP was established in 2000, bringing together a unique alliance of cancer organisations, which are working together to enhance global collaboration and strategic coordination of research.
ICRP includes organisations from Australia, Canada, France, the Netherlands, United Kingdom and the United States and aims to improve access to information about cancer research being conducted and enable cancer organisations to maximise the impact of their independent efforts, for the benefit of researchers and cancer patients worldwide.
ICRP organisations share funding information to facilitate pooling data and evaluating data across organisations. Researchers are able to search ICRP information to avoid duplication and identify potential scientific collaborators.
For more information, visit ICRP.