Blood tests for cancer

A research study supported by Paul Strickland Scanner Centre could one day lead to a blood test being able to establish whether someone has cancer – as well as predict which treatment could be most effective.

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Dual-energy CT scanning

Doctors are very interested in our ability to carry out dual-energy scans and have approached us for research projects as a result, reveals our lead consultant for CT, Dr Andrew Gogbashian.

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PET-PANC study

Pancreatic cancer patients could benefit from the results of a major national study in which Paul Strickland Scanner Centre played a key role, according to an NHS Health Technology Assessment that has just been published.

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Metastatic breast cancer

When people hear about breakthroughs in cancer treatment, they often think of drugs that target the cancer almost instantly, with “before” and “after” scans showing how one or several tumours have seemingly disappeared.

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Whole body MRI

Could whole body MRI scanning lead to longer and better lives?

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PET-NECK study

The study reduced unnecesary surgery by about 80 per cent

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