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GAP2 The Advanced Prostate Cancer Imaging Initiative

Movember Funding to Date

AUD 1,035,499

What we seek to achieve

To improve imaging techniques for men with advanced prostate cancer. By better determining where prostate cancer has spread and what sort of cells make up this spread, treatments can be better tailored for an individual.

Implemented by
The Movember Foundation
Project start date
January 2014
Project Status
In Progress

About the project

As part of the Movember Foundation's GAP program, the GAP2 project has brought together leading researchers from around the world to collaborate, share knowledge and together build this groundbreaking project.

The GAP2 Advanced Prostate Cancer Imaging Initiative is made up of 3 distinct sub-projects. Each of these 3 projects is investigating the use of a novel, radioactive PET imaging tracer to investigate the spread of cancer cells in men with advanced disease.  

The three tracers under investigation are called: 

  1. Fluorodihydrotestosterone (FDHT) - a project with contributions from American, British, Australian and Dutch research groups, 
  2. Choline - a project with contributions from Canadian, Australian and British research groups, and 
  3. Prostate Specific Membrane Antigen (PSMA) - a joint American and Canadian research project.
This project will ultimately impact men with advanced disease.  This includes men who have a rising PSA test after surgery to remove their prostate gland and also men who have widespread, castrate-resistant prostate cancer.  These men may have better outcomes if treatments can be more appropriately directed by new imaging tests.

This project has been governed by the Movember GAP2 Project Research Advisory Committee - a global team of highly regarded experts in the field that have guided and shaped the project with the project leaders.

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