Our Summer 2017 newsletter is now available to download. Our biggest ever issue has 16 pages of inspiring fundraising stories, research updates and the exciting news about our new partnership with Oxford-based research Charity, Heads Up. If you have any feedback on the newsletter or would like to be sent a printed copy, please do get […]
Oracle Cancer Trust is delighted to announce that the charity is joining forces with Oxford-based head and neck cancer research charity Heads Up Friday 9th June 2017 Heads Up was founded ten years ago with the sole aim of funding research into head and neck cancer. During this time it has acted as a pathway […]
Our Spring 2017 newsletter is now available to download. In this issue we have articles about our latest research projects, fundraising events and articles from supporters taking on challenges to raise funds for our pioneering head and neck cancer research programmes.
Oracle have pledged funding for an exciting new research project at the Institute of Cancer Research, led by Dr Gabriela Kramer-Marek (pictured) and Oracle Honorary Trustee, Professor Kevin Harrington. The project work, which will take 12 months, will be undertaken by postdoctoral scientist, Dr Carlos Daniel Martins. In his project, Carlos will be investigating how scientists […]
Dear Oracle Supporter, We were pleased to see so many of you on Monday at the splendid “Glory of Christmas“ concert which was made all the more special thanks to the presence of our Patron, HRH Princess Alexandra. We are so grateful for her continued Patronage and for your generous support. As many of you […]
Our Autumn 2016 newsletter is now out and we hope you enjoy reading about our newly funded head and neck cancer research projects as well as fundraising stories, events and much more. If you would like further information about any information in the newsletter, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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Seeing is believing – how new robotic surgery trials hope to provide a leap forward for head and neck cancer surgery Peter Rhys Evans One of the key attributes of a surgeon is to have steady hands and for head and neck surgeons this is of critical importance given the sensitive areas of the body […]
How a robot has become indispensable in the search for a new viral/drug combination for head and neck cancer Dr Joan Kyula and Dr Victoria Roulstone Researchers are used to complexity, buy cialis it’s what they’re trained to do, but two scientists, who were carrying out a large scale project for Oracle, were grateful for […]
Professor Uwe Oelfke Finding new ways to improve the accuracy of head and neck cancer treatment so that healthy cells are protected is now at the forefront of research. As we reported in our Winter newsletter, and work is due to start shortly using the new £10 million MR Linac machine on a pre-clinical head […]
Dr Malin Pedersen Like all other cancers, cost thyroid cancer is a disease that affects the DNA, adiposity or genetic code of cells. These genetic changes allow tumours to grow more efficiently, prescription spread and become resistant to treatment. In this project, Dr Pedersen is testing new drugs and new drug combinations for patients with […]
Peter Rhys-Evans and Professor Jim McCaul We are all familiar with the benefits of screening programmes for spotting cancers early and the advantages of early diagnosis are well known. Screening for breast, there cervical and prostate cancer have become the norm, medicine but what if when we visit the dentist, order they were able to […]
Dr Holly Barker We know that radiotherapy is a successful treatment for many types of head and neck cancer, erectile but how can we make this treatment even more effective and what do we do when the cancer shows signs of becoming resistant to treatment? In this study, shop Dr Holly Barker is looking at […]
Dr Hind Hafsi Whilst radiotherapy is an effective treatment for all sorts of cancers, help it is also possible for some cancer cells to repair themselves after being targeted with radiation. So, if it was possible to use a drug combination which prevents this ‘self-repair’ it would mean radiotherapy could lead to 100% cell death. […]
Professor Caroline Springer & Dr Serena Thomasina Ghelfi Finding specific drug therapies that can selectively target cancer cells has been the focus for a range of cancer research projects in recent years. A big leap forward was achieved when scientists discovered ways of targeting the genes within cancer cells to effectively ‘turn off’ the cancer. […]