Opera Fundraising Evening

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check this Oracle recently hosted a fundraising evening of music featuring acclaimed soprano Helena Dix at the beautiful private residence of Mr and Mrs Bob Boas in Central London.  This unique private home hosts many musical events throughout the year and we are very grateful to the hosts for allowing us the use of their beautiful residence for […]

Carswell Gould takes on The Massif Challenge for Oracle

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read this post here This September, Oracle is privileged to be benefitting from the support of employees from Southampton-based integrated marketing agency, Carswell Gould, as they look to take on their next CG Adventure- the Massif Challenge. The Massif Challenge is a strenuous 529-mile cycle relay through France, using three of the 21 stages of the Tour de France. […]

Join us and help break a world record for Oracle

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Summer 2016 Newsletter

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buy Seroquel c o d The Oracle Summer 2016 Newsletter is now available to download.  Features in this issue include research updates from our team of funded head and neck cancer researchers, remedy stories from our fantastic fundraisers who have taken on some great physical challenges to support Oracle, try and patients who have kindly shared their experiences of their diagnosis and treatment […]

Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma patient tells her story

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click over here now Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma (ACC) is a very rare and hard to treat head and neck cancer that mainly affects females. Belinda Charlton-Gilfoyle told her story recently to Sunday magazine about the struggle to get a diagnosis for her persistent and excruciating facial pain. Oracle are funding a four year PhD research project under the supervision […]

Hamish Greenwood raises an incredible £10,000 for Oracle

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http://denistar.rs/?enot=optionavigator-team optionavigator team Hamish Greenwood completed the gruelling Ironman Austria at the end of June 2016 and has raised over £10, click 000 for Oracle Cancer Trust.  Hamish chose to support Oracle in recognition of the work of the head and neck team that treated his father for tongue cancer.  A truly remarkable fundraising result and incredible physical […]

Meet our new Head of Fundraising, Emma

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kan man köpa Sildenafil Citrate receptfritt We are delighted to welcome our new fundraiser, look Emma Colliver who has joined us from CRUK.  Emma has joined expand our fundraising effort to corporates, salve trusts and foundations so we can continue to extend our early stage, discount pioneering research work into head and neck cancer. Says Emma, “After working in the charity […]

HPV Positive Patient Hayley shares her story

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nowości finansowe opcje binarne opinie Hayley Mugadzaweta, 36, of Buckinghamshire shared her story recently in the popular womens weekly magazine, Take a Break. HPV positive oropharyngeal cancers (these areas include the base of the tongue, the tonsils, the soft palate, and the walls of the pharynx) are one of the fastest growing groups of head and neck cancers that are increasingly affecting […]

Experimental virus therapy cures Oracle Board Member Sir Michael Lockett

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Sir Michael Lockett took part in a trial under the care of Professor Kevin Harrington using a cold sore virus therapy that cured his head and neck cancer.  Read more in the article that appeared in The Mail on Sunday. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3602308/How-cold-sore-virus-killed-cancer-mastermind-London-s-2012-Olympics-reveals-injections-herpes-virus-vaccinated-against-future-tumours.html

New head and neck cancer drug “game changer”

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A new type of cancer drug that wakes up the patient’s own immune system to fight tumours could be a game changer for tackling aggressive head and neck cancers, say experts. The news announced today, 19th April at a conference supports the work of Professor Kevin Harrington.  Read the full news report here.   http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-36081336

Professor Kevin Harrington raises £5,000 for Oracle

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Congratulations to Professor Kevin Harrington who took part in  the Virgin London Marathon on Sunday and in so doing, has raised some £5,000 for Oracle.  Kevin finished in under 4 hours which, by anyone’s standards, is a remarkable achievement, especially given the fact that he was plagued by a persistent chest infection for several weeks prior […]

The 2015 Glory of Christmas Concert Event

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Over 500 friends and supporters joined the team from Oracle Cancer Trust for our tenth Glory of Christmas Concert held at St John’s Smith Square in London.  Guests enjoyed music and song from The Choir of Christ’s College, Cambridge and the Thames Chamber Orchestra.  Bookings for our 2016 evening on Monday 5th December 2016 will […]

Oracle feature in The Daily Mail about Tonsillar Cancer

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Oracle’s voluntary CEO, Anthony Sykes appeared in The Daily Mail recently and shared his experiences of a swelling on his neck being diagnosed as tonsillar cancer, which was successfully treated following surgery, chemotherapy and one month of radiotherapy. Read the full article here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3427330/Are-throat-cancers-rise-ve-stopped-taking-tonsils-out.html