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From the Researcher’s Desk: MIRRORS Study

Researcher: Miss Christina Uwins MBChB BSc Med Sci (Hons) MRCS MRCOG Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Robotic Meet the Researcher: We would like to introduce you to Christina Uwins, who is being funded by GRACE to carry out research into robotic surgery for patients with Ovarian Cancer. This is called the MIRRORS Study. Christina is

2020-07-09T08:43:48+00:00Research|

Surrey Hills Soroptimists: talk by Dr Alex Stewart

A report by Hellen Revenko Dr Alex Stewart On 4 November, Dr Alex Stewart, gave a talk to the Surrey Hills Soroptimists. Dr Stewart is an oncologist working at Saint Luke’s Cancer Centre at Royal Surrey County Hospital and an Associate Member of the Board of Trustees of GRACE. The talk covered the cervical

2020-06-11T15:28:52+00:00Hellen Revenko, News, Research|

Thank You for Supporting our Cake Sale!

Thank you to everyone who bought and baked for the GRACE Christmas Cake and Product sale held at RSCH last Wednesday 20 November. We had a great day taking just over £1,000. We had a wonderful selection of donated cakes and biscuits including some traditional Czech Christmas Biscuits and Cream Horns made by Monika Urbova's

2020-02-18T09:44:58+00:00News|

From the Researcher’s Desk

Dr Hersha Patel We asked our Chair Simon Butler-Manuel and his Specialist Registrar Dr Hersha Patel, to reflect on the sometimes confusing messages given by the press and social media about cervical cancer screening and immunisation which often gives the impression that cervical cancer will soon be eradicated. They also reflect on the

2020-02-17T14:47:36+00:00News, Research|

Lynda Raises Awareness on Brooklands Radio

Lynda Raises Awareness on Brooklands Radio We are very grateful to Lynda Dalton for sharing her experience of Robotic Surgery on Brooklands Radio as part of Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month and we’re so pleased to hear she continues to do well. Lynda kindly participated in the RoBoQoL study that we are recruiting to

2020-05-20T08:56:42+00:00Awareness, Lynda Dalton, News|
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