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  • At The Royal Marsden Private Care, we deal with cancer every day so we understand how valuable life is. When people entrust their lives to us, they deserve the very best. 

  • This offers support to all patients, their families and friends at any stage of their cancer experience. Where appropriate, the Help Centre can refer you to other professionals for specialist or more long-term support.

  • Discovering that you have cancer, and needing to come into hospital, is a very worrying and stressful time. We know that anxiety about healthcare-associated infections such as MRSA or C. difficile can add to your worries

  • Our AHPs include therapists across different disciplines including physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, dietetics, occupational therapists and radiographers. AHPs have a significant positive impact on the lives of people living with and beyond cancer. 

  • The Royal Marsden believes in providing equity in our services, in treating people fairly with respect and dignity and in valuing diversity both as a provider of cancer health services and as an employer.

  • The Outreach, Symptom and Palliative Care Service provides support, advice and symptom management advice to children and young people (and their parents/carers) who are aged between 1 and 19 years, have cancer and have been referred to the Children and Young People's Unit at The Royal Marsden.

  • The Biomedical Research Centre Generic Biobank was set up to serve as an important core resource to collect clinically relevant samples and make them available to researchers for both basic and translational studies. It facilitates research programmes aimed at identifying and developing new personalised treatments for cancer.

  • The study day will give delegates the opportunity to explore the current immunotherapy landscape and the role of CAR-T as a systemic anti cancer therapy. The day will raise awareness of the complex patient pathway and the myriad challenges experienced by patients, carers, and the service.

  • The aim of the study day is to give delegates an understanding of the importance and equip them with strategies to make medicines optimisation part of their routine practice, with both generalist and cancer specific content being covered in the programme.

  • The aim of the day is to outline the use of nerve blocks in the treatment of cancer pain. In particular, the way in which nerve blocks and other pain control treatments (such as Acute Pain techniques) can be integrated into Palliative Care practice will be discussed.

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