Oracle Cancer Trust Oracle Cancer Trust is leading research into head and neck cancer in the UK by funding research projects that ensure important breakthroughs in head and neck cancer treatment.

"We are very grateful to The Oracle Cancer Trust for their on-going support of the development of pioneering scientific and clinical investigations in the field of head and neck cancer. Through their generosity and collaboration we are attracting the best and brightest researchers, who are accelerating our work to take new targeted therapies to head and neck cancer patients." Professor Paul Workman, Chief Executive, The Institute of Cancer Research

With a 50% increase in head and neck cancer over the past 20 years and four times as many cases of it than testicular cancer, there is now a pressing need for new and improved treatments.

As a direct result of the pioneering research work funded by Oracle Cancer Trust many more patients are receiving successful treatment, living a better quality of life and experiencing significantly less side effects. Thanks to this work we are making huge strides in understanding the biology of head and neck cancer and where new treatments have become available we have seen some of the highest survival rates in the world.

Thank you for your interest and for supporting our work. By raising money for Oracle Cancer Trust you are helping to fund this important research so the brightest minds can be focussed on the greatest need.


Book launch in aid of Oracle

Room 225-6, A Novel

Recounting an art dealer’s recuperation from major surgery in the famous Claridge’s Hotel in London, this idiosyncratic novel interweaves reality with fantasy.

By Karsten Schubert.
Signed copies available to purchase from Oracle Cancer Trust with 100% of the proceeds going to Oracle.

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Watch patient Will Wells' inspirational story

Will Wells talks about his battle with cancer and the treatment process.



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