Sarah Smither (Styles) was a brave young lady who has been taken from us far too early.
Today is the third Red Trouser Day and within this short period we have raised a lot of money, some of it is now going to support the excellent research at the Royal Marsden in support of a Robotics Registry and a contribution to a pre-cancer Blood Marker Test.
This is a wonderful piece of news by the Royal Marsden; Dean, 41, from South London, underwent a robotic total pelvic exenteration to treat his advanced rectal cancer.
Two of the Red Trouser Day trustees take on the Mud Monsters challenge, one of the muddiest challenges around.
From Tom Brown:
I’m pleased to report that we raised £370 from opening Earls Court Square garden yesterday.
August 2018 – RTD funded International Robotic Colorectal Registry launches!
Longitudinal Liquid Biopsy and Mathematical Modeling of Clonal Evolution Forecast Time to Treatment Failure in the PROSPECT-C Phase II Colorectal Cancer Clinical Trial.
‘Expression pattern and clinicopathological relevance of Neurotensin and its receptors in colorectal cancer’
Congratulations to Sir Ken Olisa for his recent knighthood. We are very proud to have Ken as our Patron, very inspiring for everyone.
Natalie Toper tells her story of why she wears a stoma and how it has affected her daily life.