MIRRORS Study2021-05-24T19:26:22+00:00

MIRRORS Study

Minimally Invasive Robotic Surgery, Role in Optimal Debulking Ovarian Cancer, Recovery & Survival – Project endorsed by NIHR

MIRRORS is a new UK based feasibility study, based in Guildford, UK, exploring the role of Robotic interval debulking surgery for ovarian cancer. We would like to determine whether, in selected patients, robotic surgery offers improved quality of life and recovery with equivalent overall and progression free survival.

The study is available to women who have had chemotherapy prior to surgery, have a pelvic mass ≤8cm and don’t have another reason for requiring open surgery such as extensive disease requiring liver / upper Gastro-intestinal surgical support.

MIRRORS VIDEO SERIES

MIRRORS is an exciting trial that seeks to provide advanced ovarian cancer surgery with Robotics, slashing recovery times and improving the quality of life of women with this disease. Watch our video series to find out more.

Introduction To MIRRORS

Patient Journey

Funding

The Impact of COVID

Milestones

Updates from the researchers desk

Good News for the MIRRORS study 

Update From The Researcher Desk: Good News for the MIRRORS study  MIRRORS, an exciting trial conceived by Mr Butler-Manuel, (Consultant in Gynaecological Oncology and Director of Gynae-oncology Robotic Surgical Epicentre), and run by Christina Uwins (Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Robotic Gynaecological Oncology) in Guildford seeks to provide advanced ovarian cancer surgery with Robotics, slashing recovery times and improving the quality of life of women with this disease. The MIRRORS Study has recently received a wide

Update From The Researcher Desk: Groundbreaking MIRRORS study

Update From The Researcher Desk: Groundbreaking MIRRORS study at the Gynae-oncology Robotic Surgical Epicentre in Guildford By Christina Uwins MIRRORS – Robotic surgery for advanced ovarian cancer to improve recovery and quality of life following surgery. MIRRORS, an exciting trial conceived by Mr Butler-Manuel, (Consultant in Gynaecological Oncology and Director of Gynae-oncology Robotic Surgical Epicentre), and run by Christina Uwins (Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Robotic Gynaecological Oncology) in Guildford seeks to provide advanced ovarian cancer

Groundbreaking MIRRORS Study Featured on BBC Surrey

MIRRORS Study on BBC Radio Surrey With Simon Butler-Manuel and Christina Uwins Mr Simon Butler-Manuel, the founder of GRACE, and Dr Christina Uwins a Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Robotics, went onto BBC Radio Surrey to talk about the groundbreaking MIRRORS study and give helpful advice about knowing the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer. https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p09bsczp

MIRRORS Study on Brooklands Radio

MIRRORS Study on Brooklands Radio With Simon Butler-Manuel and Christina Uwins Simon Butler-Manuel, the founder of GRACE, and Christina Uwins a Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Robotics went on Brooklands Radio to talk to Jill Bennet about the MIRRORS study and how this exciting project will help women diagnosed with ovarian cancer. https://www.brooklandsradio.co.uk/podcasts/GraceMirrors2021-03-18.mp3

Update From The Research Desk: Mirrors Study

Update From The Research Desk: Mirrors Study We are delighted to be funding The MIRRORS study which is being led by Christina Uwins in the Department of Gynaecological Oncology at The Royal Surrey County Hospital. You can learn about the study by reading about it on our research page (here). Here is Christina's latest update: What a year it has been!  Since last Christmas we have now achieved Sponsorship, Ethics approval, HRA approval and the MIRRORS

Update From The Researchers Desk

Investigating the role of Robotic Surgery for Ovarian Cancer with the aim of providing quicker recovery, shorter hospital stays and better quality of life.  An update on The MIRRORS study. We are delighted to be funding The MIRRORS study which is being led by Christina Uwins in the Department of Gynaecological Oncology at The Royal Surrey County Hospital. You can learn about the study by reading about it on our research page (here). There have been

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