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Our six research themes and two cross-cutting themes bring together a critical mass of internationally renowned clinicians, scientists and allied health professionals, allowing us to ensure that novel diagnostics and physical and systemic therapies are rapidly available to all cancer patients.

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Involving patients and the public with our research ensures that we focus on the issues that matter most to those affected by cancer.

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A day in the life of Ivy Manalang

Ivy shares what a typical day is like for her as a staff nurse in The Royal Marsden's West Wing Clinical Research Centre.

Immunotherapy drug combination stimulates immune system against resistant cancers

A combination treatment of immunotherapy with the experimental drug guadecitabine may reverse a cancer’s resistance to immunotherapy – making it sensitive to treatment again, a new study has found.

Study suggests robotic surgery has high cure rates for some head and neck cancer patients

Robotic surgery can improve survival rates and reduce recovery time for some people with recurrent head and neck cancers, suggests a pioneering new international study led by researchers at The Royal Marsden.