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Exciting New Trial for Head and Neck Cancer Treatment

Exciting New Trial for Head and Neck Cancer Treatment

An exciting new Phase 1 trial which uses the power of the immune system is underway specifically to target head and neck cancers http://www.theguardian.com/science/2015/dec/09/pioneering-cancer-treatment-engineers-immune-systems-to-fight-disease?CMP=twt_a-science_b-gdnscience

Join us with the "Upping the Andes" Riders to hear their story

Join us with the "Upping the Andes" Riders to hear their story

The four intrepid cyclists who, together, raised more than £90,000 for charity, one of which was The Mark Donegan Fellowship (part of Oracle Cancer Trust), will be presenting their ‘Full Story’ at the Royal Geographic Society in London on Thursday 21st January 2016.

Oracle Cancer Trust Winter 2015 Newsletter

Oracle Cancer Trust Winter 2015 Newsletter

Oracle Cancer Trust Winter 2015 Newsletter Please find attached our latest newsletter with case histories from patients who have undergone lifesaving operations for cancer of the voicebox (laryngectomy).

Professor Kevin Harrington to run The Virgin London Marathon in support of Oracle

Professor Kevin Harrington to run The Virgin London Marathon in support of Oracle

Better known as a Consultant Clinical Oncologist and Professor of Biological Cancer Therapies at The Institute of Cancer Research, Professor Kevin Harrington has started training for the biggest physical challenge of his career – the London Marathon. Professor Harrington recently completed The Royal Parks Half Marathon and was keen to take up the challenge in…

November is Mouth Cancer Awareness Month

November is Mouth Cancer Awareness Month

This November is mouth cancer awareness month. As recent research has shown, oral cancer is now the tenth most common cancer in mean. Oracle funded researcher and Consultant Maxillofacial and Oral Surgeon Professor James McCaul says: “The recent sharp rise in oral cancer in the UK is a huge concern. This worrying change reinforces the…

Oral Cancer now the tenth most common cancer in men

Oral Cancer now the tenth most common cancer in men

According to figures released today, 10th November by Cancer Research UK.  This data shows that around 7,300 people were diagnosed with oral cancer in the UK in 2012 and twice as many men than women diagnosed with the disease, around 4,900 males and 2,900 females. Oracle Cancer Trust has been funding a trial to identify…

Tickets Now On Sale for The Glory of Christmas Concert, Monday 7th December 2015

Tickets Now On Sale for The Glory of Christmas Concert, Monday 7th December 2015

We are delighted to announce that ticket sales are now open for our tenth Glory of Christmas Concert, being held on Monday 7th December at St John’s, Smith Square, London SW1. Click on this link to book Our Annual Christmas Service is a wonderful way to start the festive season and we are delighted to…

Supporter Research Event

Supporter Research Event

We were delighted to welcome over forty supporters to attend our first Research Innovation Event which was held recently at the prestigious The Institute of Cancer Research in London.  The event provided our supporters with an update of current projects as well as our ambitious plans to fund future projects over the next three years. Oracle…

Summer 2015 newsletter out now

Summer 2015 newsletter out now

Our Summer 2015 newsletter is available now to download.  Our latest issue features articles by Professor Chris Nutting, hospital research updates, patient stories and fundraising updates. http://oraclecancertrust.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Newsletter-Summer-2015_web.pdf  

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