We are living in strange and difficult times, as countries around the world continue to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. As healthcare professionals and scientists understandably refocus all of their efforts to deal with the. . . . .
The health and well-being of all our supporters, staff and funded researchers is important to Cancer Research Wales. We are acutely aware of the problems that the national emergency and the essential restrictions as. . . . .
This month the guest blog is written by Emily Telford a CRW Sponsored PhD student at Cardiff University who recently travelled to China to share her research with the rest of the world. One. . . . .
May 20th marks International Clinical Trials Day, a day on which we celebrate the first ever clinical trial undertaken by naval surgeon, Dr James Lind, who in 1747, systematically investigated and subsequently demonstrated the. . . . .
An exciting £720,000 pioneering clinical trial to improve the treatment and survival rates of patients with head and neck cancer will soon be underway in Wales. This work has been jointly funded by charitable. . . . .
Dr Andrew Sanders has kindly written a guest blog for Cancer Research Wales, describing some of his and his colleagues’ recent research endeavours and exploits. Work that you, the Welsh public, have made possible, so. . . . .
Cancer Research Wales is delighted to announce that over £1M will be committed to new oncology-related research projects across Wales this year. A total of 11 new studies will receive funding to support PhD. . . . .