Schweizerische Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Klinische Krebsforschung (SAKK)
History of the Swiss Group for Clinical Cancer Research (SAKK)
The pioneering early years Founders of the Swiss Chemotherapy Group
In 1965 the Central Office for Clinical Tumour Research was opened in a new building of the Tiefenau Hospital in Bern. â€œThe individual is powerless â€“ more is achieved in a teamâ€ â€“ it was under this guiding principle that the Central Office was presented to the public. But the unit was already struggling with financial and organizational problems from the outset. As a result, a group of young oncologists left to found the Swiss Chemotherapy Group, the forerunner of todayâ€™s SAKK, under the leadership of Kurt W. Brunner.
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