Royal Marsden

Royal Marsden

A world-class oncology centre specialising in cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and education. The Marsden operates hospitals in London and Surrey, and is the largest and most comprehensive cancer centre in Europe; it partners with The Institute of Cancer Research to develop new cancer drug therapies and treatments. It was founded in 1851 by William Marsden, whose vision was to create a pioneering cancer hospital dedicated to excellence in the study, treatment and care of people with cancer.
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Brothers, four-year-old Ollie (right) and Finley Cripps, six, at the Royal Marsden hospital
Brothers, four-year-old Ollie, right, and Finley Cripps, six, at the Royal Marsden hospital
The royal marsden has a vital role in championing change and improvement in cancer care through research and innovation, education and leading-edge practice, and in community services through innovation and partnership working.
Prince William recently wore a scrub suit during his visit to the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust in London.
Researchers from the Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) in London and the UK's leading cancer hospital, the Royal Marsden, found that intensity modulated radiotherapy (IMRT) helped eradicate the disease when used on cancer cells that had spread from the original tumour to pelvic lymph nodes.
Researchers from the Institute of Cancer Research and top cancer hospital, the Royal Marsden in West London, found that 71% of patients were alive and completely free from disease five years after IMRT.
Researchers from the Institute of Cancer Research, London, and the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust believe a new targeted treatment for ovarian cancer, known in the study as ONX-0801, could hold huge potential for women with advanced ovarian cancer who have stopped responding to standard treatment, Pharma Times reported on Monday.
Rebecca, my wonderful wife, passed away peacefully after a short battle with cancer at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London.
Her childhood friend Andy Murray had committed to play in the event along with the likes of Martina Navratilova and Tim Henman, and the money raised will go to the Elena Baltacha Academy of Tennis and the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.
He visited the Royal Marsden in Chelsea, west London, where he viewed two operations.
Since then, his parents have been raising funds through the Chris Lucas Trust and have been providing around PS100,000 a year towards research at the Royal Marsden Hospital, in Surrey.
The former Davis Cup duo will be part of a campaign named 'Rally Against Cancer' along with other tennis stars and celebrities, which will be hosted by the Aegon Championships in June to raise money for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, which supports The Royal Marsden cancer centre, the Mirror reports.

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