Welcome to our research blog. This is where we share our latest research updates and summaries of recent findings. We also share information from medical experts and links to further information and resources.
Driving change at our National Colorectal Cancer Nurse Network (NCCNN) Study Day
Healthcare professionals from across the UK attended our successful colorectal cancer study day in Birmingham this September to find out more about the future of bowel cancer treatment and care.
Unlocking the power of a single cell to improve bowel cancer treatment
In this blog, our research network member Pete Wheatstone tells us about an exciting new piece of research he is involved with.
Can artificial intelligence help improve bowel cancer treatment decisions?
A leading group of researchers have developed a new way to study bowel cancer samples using digital pathology images.
PIPAC - a clinical trial looking into a new type of treatment for advanced bowel cancer
Consultant Colorectal Surgeon Jamie Murphy tells us about a clinical trial looking at a new type of treatment – PIPAC - for patients who have bowel cancer that has spread to the peritoneum.
Creating a national Lynch syndrome registry
As part of a research project we funded, and along with colleagues at Newcastle University and Health Data Insight CiC, Dr Fiona McRonald from Public Health England is working to create a national registry…
Shining a spotlight on chemical pathology
Consultant Chemical Pathologist, Dr Ruth Ayling, tells us about her role and how her work helps inform key decisions about diagnosing, treating and caring for people with bowel cancer.
Accelerating bowel cancer research
Professor Owen Sansom, Director of the CRUK Beatson Institute in Glasgow and one of the UK's leading bowel cancer researchers, talks about a £5m Cancer Research UK-funded research network he is heading…