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Your Opportunities

You'll find a variety of opportunities below to get involved and help us beat cancer sooner. Whether you've got lots of time to spare or only a little, and whatever your experience of cancer, we hope you'll find an opportunity that interests you. 

Focus group - Help us improve information for patients on clinical trials

We want to improve the experience that people have after they've been on a clinical trial. We know that people that participate in trials want to find out what happened next to the study they took part in but this need isn't currently being met.

Patient panel - Can you help us ensure patient data saves more lives?

Be part of a patient panel to help guide our thinking on issues relating to patient data and help us improve the experience of patients and save lives. 

 

Focus group - Help us remove junk food adverts from children’s TV

We know that 4 in 10 cancers could be prevented and that maintaining a healthy weight can help to reduce your risk of cancer. 1 in 3 children leaving primary school in the UK are overweight or obese. We think it is time to make TV Junk Free.

Focus group: Have you or a loved one had an experience of lung cancer?

Could you help us speed up diagnosis for others?  Come along to our focus group to share experiences and views on speeding up diagnosis for lung cancer.

 

Free Festival – Find out why genomics matter in cancer research

From what a genome is, to how genomics is shaping research, find out more at our sessions for patients and carers at the Genomics Festival 2017.  We’d love to see you there. No scientific or research knowledge needed!  

Test a questionnaire - First thoughts about your cancer symptoms

Share your experience of what you first thought about your symptoms to help researchers at King’s College London test if their new questionnaire is dependable (reliable) and measures what it is supposed to measure (valid).