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Spring Fundraising Dinner

Spring Fundraising Dinner

Nth Degree Spring Dinner in support of Oracle Nth Degree Club Founder and President of The Restaurant Association, Robert Walton MBE raises over £25,000 at Charity fundraising dinner in aid of Oracle Cancer Trust in May Over 90 friends, family,...
Mental health disorders in head and neck cancer patients

Mental health disorders in head and neck cancer patients

Being diagnosed and treated for cancer is a stressful and emotional time for both patients and their family and friends. Unfortunately, in head and neck cancer in particular, the prevalence of mental health disorders is significantly higher after cancer diagnosis....
How can nutritional therapy support head and neck cancer patients

How can nutritional therapy support head and neck cancer patients

Written by Maria Rigopoulou, Nutritional Therapist and Nutrigenetics counsellor, member of Nutritionist Resource.  As a nutritional therapist and functional medicine practitioner with an interest in cancer, I get many questions about cancer prevention, through diet and nutrition, but not as...
Dr Martin McLaughin

Oracle funded research being reviewed for major international Cancer Research journal

Oracle project title: Sensitizing p53 mutant head and neck cancer to oncolytic virotherapy by targeting the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) stress response. Over the last 2 years, Oracle Cancer Trust has been funding the work of Professor Harrington and Dr Martin...
Research in Focus

Research in Focus

Update on Oracle funded project 'Taste Dysfunction Following Radiotherapy for Head and Neck Cancer' Taste dysfunction is one of the most frequent complaints of patients undergoing radiotherapy for head and neck cancer, reported in up to 75% of patients. Radiotherapy...
Human papillomaviruses on surface of skin or mucous membrane, a virus which causes warts located mainly on hands and feet. Some strains infect genitals and can cause cervical cancer. 3D illustration

HPV in head and neck cancer

International HPV Awareness Day - 4th March Over 80% of people will get HPV (human papilloma virus) at some point in their lives. It is the world’s most common sexually transmitted infection. Most HPV infections don’t cause symptoms but some...

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