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Red Trouser Day Funds Bowel Cancer Patient for Great Escape Weekend

Red Trouser Day Funds Bowel Cancer Patient for Great Escape Weekend

RTD funds its first bowel cancer patient to attend a Great Escape Weekend, ran by the Shine charity, to support them with the life changing impact of their cancer and treatment....

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Red Trouser Day trials its first Patient Community event at the Royal Marsden Cancer Hospital

Red Trouser Day wants to help patients improve their bowel cancer outcomes and experiences at every stage of their treatment. The Red Trouser Day Community (RTDC) aims to put the patient at the centre....

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Red Trouser Day funds early research into a potent natural tumour suppressor

Red Trouser Day funds Dr Aishani Sachdeva to explore the function of klotho in the prevention and early detection of colorectal cancer. ...

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Red Trouser Day funds mASCARA, the first international registry for a rare cancer

Anal Squamous Cell Carcinoma (ASCC) is an uncommon cancer with an incidence rate between 1 and 2 per 100,000 per year. The incidence of ASCC is increasing rapidly, with an overall 63% increase in incidence rate of ASCC in the UK since the 1990’s....

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Red Trouser Day and the Royal Marsden prepare to explore patient behavioural profiling

It is a jointly held aspiration, for RTD and the Colorectal Surgical team at RMCH, to improve the experience of colorectal cancer patients as they go through critical treatment....

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Red Trouser Day helps fund project to develop potentially routine blood test

RTD teamed up with RMCH, Joint Research Committee of Chelsea and Westminster Foundation Trust and Imperial College to support PHD student, Stella Nikolaou, in quest for a routine blood test that can be used to identify high risk patients for bowel cancer and to indicate the return of cancer before…...

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Red Trouser Day Robotic Colorectal Registry goes international

The RTD funded registry, now active, led by Professor of Colorectal Surgery at The Royal Marsden, Professor Tekkis, allows 35 centres in the UK and Ireland to compare robotically assisted large bowel operations with other surgical methods across all centres. Robotically assisted bowel operations, numbering 610 cases in the UK…...

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