Who we are
The Prostate Cancer Outcomes Registry – Australia and New Zealand (PCOR-ANZ) is an international initiative tracking the outcomes of men with prostate cancer. PCOR-ANZ is managed by Monash University’s School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, and working in collaboration with the Movember Foundation.
The PCOR-ANZ registry will collect national representative data on the diagnosis, treatment and quality of life of men diagnosed with prostate cancer across Australia and New Zealand. This data will assist with improvements in the quality of care and outcomes for men diagnosed with prostate cancer.
By participating in PCOR-ANZ, information about your diagnosis, treatment and health outcomes will help us achieve our primary goal of improving the care and outcomes of men diagnosed with prostate cancer. The data collected for the PCOR-ANZ registry will only be used for research purposes.
Over 19,000 men with prostate cancer across Australia and New Zealand are currently participating in PCOR-ANZ
1 IN 7 MEN WILL BE DIAGNOSED WITH PROSTATE CANCER BEFORE THE AGE OF 75
Over 120,000 men are living with a diagnosis of prostate cancer in Australia and New Zealand. This is predicted to increase to approximately 185,700 to 201,700 by the end of 2017