Enhanced recovery shown in revolutionary robotic ovarian cancer surgery study – led by team from GRACE and the Royal Surrey County Hospital

Advanced ovarian cancer patients who receive robotic surgery benefit from improved recovery, which could allow them to start chemotherapy and the journey to recovery sooner, our new study has found. The study, MIRRORS, is sponsored by Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust and funded by GRACE. It is an initial clinical study to assess the feasibility

GRACE Charity Participates in Successful KSS Obstetrician and Gynaecology Conference

The Kent Surrey-Sussex School (KSS) of Obstetrician and Gynaecology conference, held in partnership with the National Health Service (NHS), took place on March 24th in Brighton and attracted medical professionals, cancer researchers, and representatives from charitable organizations across the country. Among the attendees were representatives from GRACE Charity, including Sara Willcocks,

GRACE’s contribution to Da Vinci Robot project leads to successful surgeries for uterine cancer patients

On the 18th of February 2023, our very own Simon Butler-Manuel, chair of GRACE, played a pivotal role alongside Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust Gynaecological Oncology team in performing robotic-assisted surgical procedures for three women with uterine cancer! It is noteworthy that GRACE contributed partial funding to the Da Vinci Robot

GRACE’s Gynae Cancer Month Roundtable on Brooklands Radio!

GRACE's Gynae Cancer Month Roundtable on Brooklands Radio! This Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month, GRACE was invited to Brooklands Radio! GRACE Women Pandy Dean, Vicky Allen, Hellen Revenko and Sylvie Alsopp shared stories about their cancer journey's and talked about why it's so important to raise awareness regarding the signs and symptoms of Gynaecological Cancer. Clinicians

What are your thoughts on Robotic Surgery?

What are your thoughts on Robotic Surgery? What do you think about Robotic Surgery? We want to hear your thoughts so fill in our 5-minute survey to help us shape the future of Ovarian Cancer Treatment! Whether you've had Ovarian Cancer, know someone who has, work in healthcare or are just interested in the future

Groundbreaking MIRRORS Study on BBC Radio Jersey

MIRRORS Study on BBC Radio Jersey Mr Simon Butler-Manuel, the founder of GRACE, and Dr Christina Uwins a Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Robotics went onto BBC Radio Jersey to talk about the groundbreaking MIRRORS study and give helpful advice about knowing the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer. "Essentially what we're looking to see

Dr Aggie Michael & Dr Alex Stewart at St Luke’s Cancer Centre.

Dr Agnieszka Michael & Dr Alex Stewart's latest appointment's at St Luke’s Cancer Centre. Congratulations to GRACE Trustee Dr Agnieszka Michael and GRACE Associate Dr Alex Stewart on their appointment to oversee the cancer research portfolio at St Luke’s Cancer Centre. Dr Aggie Michael and Dr Alex Stewart will share the role of Divisional Research

Update: Tele-oncology During Covid-19

Update: Tele-oncology During Covid-19 The GRACE funded questionnaire into the role of Tele-oncology beyond COVID-19 has now closed, although some participants are still taking part in interviews. Dr Praveena Idaikkadar, who is funded by GRACE, carried out the study and has asked us to share this message with our supporters: Over the last 2 months,


Thanks to your support Tele-oncology during the COVID-19 pandemic

Tele-oncology during the COVID-19 pandemic Funded by GRACE thanks to your support Dr Praveena Idaikkadar tells us about her new project “We have recently launched a short, anonymous online survey to help us understand the views of patients with gynaecological cancers during the pandemic.” Background The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented challenges for healthcare across


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