Private Care Case Studies

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    This spring, The Royal Marsden officially opened its doors to a brand-new, research-led, diagnostic, outpatient and treatment facility in Cavendish Square.

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    在经受长达两年半的化疗而不见起色后,来英就诊短短几个月就带来巨大转机。

  • Natalie, private care patient at The Royal Marsden

    Royal Marsden patient Natalie, shares her story to raise awareness of the risks of cervical cancer and the importance of being diagnosed early.

  • Jennifer

    Jennifer, is one of the first patients to receive radiotherapy from our pioneering new CyberKnife machine at The Royal Marsden in Sutton, the only one of its kind in South London.

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    Cancer is a complex disease, requiring first-rate diagnosis, treatment and care. When it comes to making life-changing decisions, you want to be treated for the very best. This is where The Royal Marsden Private Care is like no other.

  • We research, develop and trial the most advanced treatments across all tumour types, pioneering tomorrow’s cancer treatments today. Learn about Alex’s experience at The Royal Marsden Private Care.

    We research, develop and trial the most advanced treatments across all tumour types, pioneering tomorrow’s cancer treatments today. Learn about Alex’s experience at The Royal Marsden Private Care.

  • Shama, private patient at The Royal Marsden

    We have the expertise, facilities and technology to provide the highest standard of personalised care. Learn about Shama’s experience at The Royal Marsden Private Care.

  • Delilah, private care patient at The Royal Marsden

    We have over 2,500 cancer specialists working collectively every day to better the lives of our patients. Learn about Delilah’s experience at The Royal Marsden Private Care.

  • John, private patient at The Royal Marsden

    Having cancer can be an uncertain time, but with the support of our consultants, healthcare advisors and nurses you can feel reassured. Learn about John’s experience at The Royal Marsden Private Care.

  • In November 2012, Jenny went to her doctor for a routine appointment and mentioned that she had noticed some irregular bleeding. A smear test showed evidence of abnormal cells and a biopsy confirmed that - at age 27 - Jenny had cervical cancer.