The Cancer Research UK, a charitable organization in the UK focusing on cancer research & healthcare, has offered funds worth £4.5 million for the Cancer Research UK Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) in Scotland after assessing a review report of all its clinical trial units.
According to BBC News, scientists at the Glasgow University based center have been carrying out extensive research since long to unearth new ways of treating patients with lung cancer, pancreatic cancer, brain tumors, and prostate cancers to improve the rate of patient survival. One of the researchers working at the firm has stated that subjects diagnosed with pancreatic cancer send their tumor cells to the CTU lab for genetic testing. They're a vital part of the charity's research network, helping shape the clinical research landscape in the United Kingdom and internationally.
The funding boost will be used across Britain with old and new meds as well as combos, with a focus on difficult-to-treat cancers and those that affect children.
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Professor Pamela Kearns, director of Birmingham's Cancer Research UK Clinical Trials Unit and Cancer Research UK's children's cancer expert, said: "Clinical trials are vital to test new treatments and improve the care of children with cancer".
"One question this trial is trying to answer is if a drug called bevacizumab can help treat their neuroblastoma".
Clinical trials are the only way to find out if a new treatment is safe to use and if it is better than existing treatments. "Doctors already treat adult cancers with this drug and we want to see if it works for children with neuroblastoma".
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Oliver Waugh, aged 54 from London, was diagnosed with tonsil cancer in 2009. As part of his treatment, he took part in a Cancer Research UK funded clinical trial which investigated a new type of radiotherapy called Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT).
He said: "I was really pleased to have joined because I know the side effects from regular radiotherapy could have been far more severe".
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