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GRACE Funds Important Research

GRACE is dedicated to on-going collaborative research. This is vital to improve the treatment, recovery and survival rates of women diagnosed with gynaecological cancers. We are proud to be funding several pieces of research at the moment, through PhD and MD studies, which has resulted in the publication of the following research papers in recent

2020-02-17T14:42:34+00:00News, Research|

Treatment for Young Women with Early Stage Endometrial Cancer and Precancerous Conditions

MISS PATRICIA ELLIS, Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist & Surgeon RSCH Miss Ellis wanted to share the treatment she offers to young women with early stage cancers or precancerous conditions – Complex Atypical Hyperplasia (CAH) to help them to preserve their fertility prior to definitive treatment. The standard surgical treatment for endometrial cancer is a

2020-02-17T14:40:57+00:00News, Research|

From the Researcher’s Desk – Research into Young Women with Endometrial Cancer

MISS PATRICIA ELLIS, Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist & Surgeon RSCH Miss Ellis, Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist & Surgeon in the Department of Gynaeoncology at the Royal Surrey is involved in several studies looking at endometrial cancer. She has a particular interest in endometrial cancers occurring in young women and has previously conducted a study with researchers

2020-07-08T11:09:38+00:00News, Research|

GRACE Funded Research: Cervical Cancer

STUDY INTO DYNAMIC CHANGES IN CERVICAL CANCER DURING RADIOTHERAPY Summary of M.D. - Sophie Otter   Sophie Otter I have had the pleasure of working with the Gynae-Oncology team for the past 3 years whilst doing a research degree (M.D.) into ‘Dynamic Changes in Cervical Cancer’. I am extremely grateful to GRACE for

2020-02-18T09:45:07+00:00News, Research|
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