Coronavirus (COVID-19): visiting The Royal Marsden suspended

Due to the increasing numbers of cases of coronavirus across the UK, we have suspended all visiting to The Royal Marsden apart from specific circumstances. Read here for more information.

The Royal Marsden

A special bond

The Royal Marsden has been pioneering stem cell transplants in the treatment of blood cancers for more than 45 years, and the specialist team at our Oak Centre for Children and Young People supports more than 20 patients and their families through the intense process each year.

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The Royal Marsden saved both our lives

Now we’re walking The Marsden March together as mother and daughter

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In our blood

The Royal Marsden’s Haemato-oncology Unit is one of the largest in Europe, treating blood cancers through advanced diagnostics, innovative scanning techniques and groundbreaking new treatments

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Biomedical science

A day in the life: Julie Hollifield, Biomedical Scientist

Every year, we perform more than 200 stem cell transplants at The Royal Marsden for leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma patients.

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