websites In June 2017 Oracle joined forces with Oxford-based head and neck cancer charity, Heads Up.  The coming together of Heads Up and Oracle is a hugely exciting opportunity for increasing the amount of research into head and neck cancer. The synergy of the two organisations will increase the range and size of funded research projects that can be promote closer collaborations between those treating this condition.

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special info Key Heads Up voluntary personnel will continue to be the point of contact for any enquiries.  Ray Derkacz (pictured right) will be Voluntary Fundraising Co-ordinator, Thames Valley and Leigh-Anne El-Barhdadi (pictured bottom right) will be also be the point of contact at The Blenheim Head and Neck Centre at The Churchill Hospital in Oxford.

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