Check out the 'small c' blog below for news and updates of our campaigns and activities across north and east London.
Further updates on the work of UCLH Cancer Collaborative are available on our cancer blog.
30 October 2018 Information | Get Involved
UCLH Cancer Collaborative has launched a new three minute film encouraging people affected by cancer to join its Patient and Carer Network.Read More Read More
03 September 2018 Information
UCLH Cancer Collaborative has launched a pilot NHS surveillance service for women who carry a faulty BRCA gene that greatly increases their odds of ovarian cancer.Read More Read More
16 August 2018 Be clear on cancer | Information
Every year over 19,000 new cases of bladder and kidney cancer are diagnosed in England and the latest ‘Be Clear on Cancer’ campaign on detecting these cancers early.Read More Read More
20 July 2018 Information | Get Involved
UCLH Cancer Collaborative has secured NHS England funding to develop a new cancer diagnostic service in north east London. The Early Diagnosis Centre - the first of its kind - will improve early diagnosis for patients with conditions that increase their risk of cancer, as well as monitoring patients with early stage cancer who do not need treatment right away. We are looking for people who would like to join a new Patient Advisory Group to help shape our plans for the Hub.Read More Read More
24 April 2018 Information
April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, an annual opportunity to raise awareness of bowel cancer. Bowel cancer, also known as colorectal or colon cancer, affects the colon and rectum in both men and women.Read More Read More
Early diagnosis of cancer can lead to treatment that can save lives. Cancer that’s diagnosed at an early stage, before it has spread is more likely to be treated successfully. Find out more about spotting cancer early here.
Taking advantage of regular cancer screening programmes available to you can significantly improve the chances of catching any cancers in their early, and therefore more easily treatable, stages. There are three types of cancer screening for adults in England, breast, bowel and cervical. Find out more here.
Check out the 'small c' blog for news and updates of our campaigns and activities across north central and east London.