Maggie found she had difficulty swallowing and discovered she had oesophageal cancer. After treatment she's now back at work as a nurse at our Southampton Centre.
Our research in Southampton
Last year we spent nearly £5 million on research in Southampton where more than 150 scientists, doctors and nurses are working faster and smarter to beat cancer sooner.
We’re bringing together the smartest minds from the University of Southampton and Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust to make sure discoveries are turned into benefits for people with cancer, sooner.
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“I beat oesophageal cancer”
"I love being such an important link in the development of new treatments."
Dr Ruth Challis and her team thoroughly check and test the most promising new treatments from lab research, ensuring they are ready to be used in patients for the first time.
Professor Gareth Griffiths is working to grow our portfolio of early diagnosis clinical trials
"By working with GPs and national screening programmes we will be able to detect cancer earlier and so increase the number of patients we cure."
Help us beat cancer sooner
We receive no government funding for our research. Our life-saving work relies on the money you give us.
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.
Southampton facts in 2013
we funded 5 PhD students and 5 New Investigators
we supported 12 clinical trials
we spent nearly £5 million on research