The New Zealand Society for Oncology is a not-for-profit organisation that promotes the exchange of new research and clinical developments in Oncology and Cancer Research. Its key purpose is to bring together Oncologists and Cancer Researchers. It is hoped this will both improve the quality of care, and cancer research, and make each mutually supportive of the other in New Zealand. It is also intended to provide a network for development of clinical trials, experimental therapies and facilitates the testing of new scientific hypotheses. This activity is focused through the society's annual meeting, which encourages young researchers both in the scientific area and the clinical area. Your membership allows this activity and is greatly appreciated.
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in clinical oncology or cancer research.