Greg has spent most of his life battling a brain tumour. Now he wants to be a part of the next generation of cancer fighters. His mum said ‘stories like Greg’s would not be possible without research’.
Our research in Belfast
We spend over £2million each year on our research in Belfast, particularly focusing on bowel cancer, radiotherapy, prostate cancer and personalised treatments. We’re bringing together the best teams from Queen’s University Belfast, the Belfast Health and Social Care Trust and other local organisations to help beat cancer sooner.
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Greg wants to help fight cancer
Are infections connected to oesophageal cancer?
Dr Lesley Anderson is looking at a condition called Barrett’s Oesophagus. Lesley’s work explores whether infections in the oesophagus, such as HPV, could lead to the development of oesophageal cancer.
Using vitamins to tackle tumour growth
Dr Ravi Deevi is part of a team conducting a clinical trial testing whether Vitamin D could be used to regulate the growth of tumours in bowel cancer.
Help us beat cancer sooner
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Our strategy to beat cancer sooner
Our vision is to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.Our new strategy will give us the foundations we need to tackle the challenges ahead.
Last year in Belfast
we funded 7 PhD students
we supported 1 clinical trial
we spent over £2 million on research