Medical research boosts survival rates and makes in particular cancer treatment kinder on people diagnosed in the future. See some of our research articles below:
With a brand new, faster Positron Emission Tomography and Computed Tomography (PET-CT) scanner due for installation at the Centre in 2022, Dr Wai-Lup Wong gives insight into the fascinating history of this revolutionary scanning technique which counts our founder, Dr Paul Strickland, as one of its pioneers.
We’ve joined a pilot study for the Vague Symptoms Pathway (VSP), a programme that could one day lead to a faster diagnosis of cancer for patients. The programme aims to find the quickest, most efficient way to reach a diagnosis in patients who visit their GP with non-specific symptoms. Although