Our very own chief executive, Steve Bird and chief medical officer, Professor Karol Sikora were lucky enough to meet HRH The Prince of Wales today. The team joined a number of other reputable figures in the world of cancer treatment at a fantastic lunch reception at Clarence House.Read more
Did you know radiotherapy is a simple, safe and pain-free treatment for non-cancerous conditions such as early stage Dupuytren's and Ledderhose disease? Dr Richard Shaffer from The Dupuytren’s Practice was on BBC South East, with Gary Manley, who is passionate about raising awareness of this treatment and providing support and information to others affected by these conditions. See more on BBC South East’s Facebook page.Read more
Cancer Partners UK has reason to celebrate this month having met a significant milestone. The company is celebrating its fifth anniversary, during which it has treated an impressive 3,750 patients, delivered 71,000 radiotherapy treatments and invested approximately £15.8m in new clinical technology for its patients across the UK.Read more
South Downs Centre
In an uncanny coincidence a patient being treated at South Downs Centre as it celebrates its fifth anniversary, is the husband of one of the first patients to be treated when the centre opened its doors in 2009.Read more
GenesisCare radiographer, Jacqui Dorney, has returned from a charity trip to Africa where she helped raise awareness of breast cancer symptoms and screen over 800 women.
Jacqui, who has worked with GenesisCare for two years, joined Cancel Cancer Africa which visited the Busia County region on the Kenya/Uganda border.
The charity works in partnership with local doctors and volunteering nurses and ran roadshows educating both women and men about the signs and symptoms of breast cancer, as well as providing details about how to perform self-examinations.Read more