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Thanks to its fantastic staff The Royal Marsden is a world-leading cancer centre. Their amazing achievements were recently celebrated at an awards ceremony. Dr Anna-Marie Stevens, Nurse Consultant in Palliative Care, received the Lifetime Achievement Award. Read about the winners: [ Bit.ly Link ]
The UK's first MR Linac machine has been opened today by Mayor of London at The Royal Marsden and The Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton.

The radiotherapy machine has the potential to transform the care of cancer patients by directing radiation, even at tumours that move during treatment. Find out more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Our young patients had a magical time this week when Oliver B Magic popped in!
Today patients and staff, plus their friends and families, are wearing red trousers (and dresses) in support of Red Trouser Day​, set up by supporter Paul Finch to raise money for colorectal cancer research at The Royal Marsden. Got red trousers on? Share your photo in the comments below or tag @redtrouserday on Twitter. Find out more [ Bit.ly Link ]
It takes pioneering researchers, expert clinicians and people like you to save the lives of cancer patients.

With your support we can continue to develop and trial more pioneering cancer treatments that allow families like Blue’s to celebrate more Christmases together. [ Bit.ly Link ]
Thanks to its fantastic staff The Royal Marsden is a world-leading cancer centre. Their amazing achievements were recently celebrated at an awards ceremony. Dr Anna-Marie Stevens, Nurse Consultant in Palliative Care, received the Lifetime Achievement Award. Read about the winners: [ Bit.ly Link ]
It looked like there was nothing further that could be done for two-year-old Blue and his family – until the clinical team looking after him suggested something truly groundbreaking. Five years later he continues to astound and amaze everyone at how well he’s doing.

On #GivingTuesday we've launched a new appeal to help us continue to develop and trial more pioneering cancer treatments that...
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Christmas miracles don't just happen

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Walk with us for a future beyond cancer. Join over 5,500 of our amazing supporters at The Marsden March on Sunday 19 March 2017. And as an extra bonus, if you sign up by Thursday 1 December you’ll get £5 off your registration fee! [ Bit.ly Link ]
As one of the largest largest paediatric cancer centres in Europe, ensuring our young patients get the best possible care is very important to us. We are delighted that The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity was awarded a £1.5 million LIBOR grant by Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer, to help The Royal Marsden look after their psychological wellbeing.

The money will go towards funding...
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Thank you so much to Jack Whitehall for hosting a hilarious evening to fundraise for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity and Anthony Nolan. If you didn’t manage to get your hands on a ticket here’s an exclusive interview with Dave Goodings
The UK's first MR Linac machine has been opened today by Mayor of London at The Royal Marsden and The Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton.

The radiotherapy machine has the potential to transform the care of cancer patients by directing radiation, even at tumours that move during treatment. Find out more: [ Bit.ly Link ]
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Starting to feel festive? There's still time to register for our 5km or 10km Santa Run on Sunday 4 December.

Join hundreds of Santas in Victoria Park, London, here: bit.ly/2e9Vs8l
Every December our Christmas trees are decorated with hundreds of our special Celebrate a Life stars. Name your star today and celebrate a life with us this Christmas [ Bit.ly Link ]

Celebrate a Life with a Royal Marsden Cancer Charity star

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Dino Dichello, 41, is taking on the 14-mile Marsden March for the first time with his wife to thank The Royal Marsden for saving his life.

Dino said “It’s safe to say that without The Royal Marsden and the dedication and expertise of its staff I wouldn't be here today.”

“Everyone knows someone who has been affected by cancer so by supporting The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, this hospital...
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Four-year-old Harry Lucas was the star of the show at the Eye of the Tiger White Collar Boxing event, which raised an amazing £1,000 for our charity.

The youngster is being treated for leukaemia at our Oak Centre for Children and Young People. His mum, Rachel, said: "It was a truly amazing night and if love for Harry on the night could cure cancer then we wouldn't be where we are now."
Congratulations to our very own Professor Martin Gore on receiving his CBE today from Her Majesty The Queen.
Using CT and MRI scanners our radiographers take images from inside people’s bodies so doctors can see tumours and whether they’re responding to treatment. In the 1970s we would only be able to scan six patients a day in one of our CT units, now we scan around 55 patients in a unit.

Thanks to supporters of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, The Royal Marsden’s Reuben Foundation Imaging Centre...
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Our friends at The Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment invited our young patients to the barracks this week. They got to meet the horses and dress up - don't they look smart in their uniforms?
Our young patients had a magical time this week when Oliver B Magic popped in!