The Royal Marsden regularly conducts and publishes clinical research in medical and scientific journals.
These research papers are long and written in language suitable for a scientific audience, so we are also providing summaries aimed at members of the public and health professionals who are not specialists in cancer.
These summaries are listed most recent first, based on the closing date of the study.
- Testing whether the Microsoft Kinect system can detect patients holding their breath during radiotherapy by Dr Anna Kirby
- Risk of chronic adverse effects in patients undergoing radical radiotherapy for breast and prostate cancers by Professor John Yarnold
- Comparing MRI and CT bowel cancer scans to see which helps doctors see disease progression more accurately by Professor Gina Brown
- Testing biopsy samples for genetic mutations in small-cell lung cancer by Dr Mary O'Brien
- The effectiveness of acupuncture for the relief of breathlessness in lung cancer by Dr Mary O'Brien
- Expectations and experiences of participation in phase I anti-cancer clinical drug trials by Dr Natalie Pattison
- How experiencing advanced cancer affects male patients' perceptions of masculinity by Dr Natalie Pattison
- Testing whether reflexology is as effective as aromatherapy in relieving cancer symptoms by Dr Clare Shaw