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.

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: Tele-oncology During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Tele-oncology During the COVID-19 Pandemic GRACE researcher Dr Praveena Idaikkadar is planning a project “Tele-oncology during the COVID-19 pandemic”. It was set up in response to covid when outpatient appointments were switched to telephone calls rather than face to face appointments in clinic. The study intends to explore the views of patients with gynaecological cancers

2021-01-12T14:34:08+00:00News, Research|

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:

2021-01-12T14:17:18+00:00News, Research|

From The Researcher’s Desk: Dr Praveena Idaikkadar

Researcher: Dr Praveena Idaikkadar Supervisor: Dr Agnieszka Michael Ovarian cancer is the rarest of the gynaecological cancers and yet it is also the most lethal, it is the 5th leading cause of cancer-related death among women. In the UK, over 7000 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer each year. Most of these women will have

2020-03-05T15:16:36+00:00Research|
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