Our scientists have paved the way for a better understanding into how prostate cancer cells gain their ability to spread from the initial tumour to other areas of the body.
Read Becky’s story on how she plans to raise a huge £4000 for the John van Geest Cancer Research Centre.
Welcome to 2016 everyone! We hope you all had a lovely indulgent Christmas break and have entered to the new year in good spirit.
The Castle Rock clan went all out in November with a chain wide charity month cleverly branded as #BROvember. The various pubs across Nottingham all did their bit to help promote the centre and raise money in support of our work.
Dr David Boocock is one of our scientists here at The John van Geest Cancer Research Centre.
Over the past two weeks there has been an abundance of fundraising activities going on around Nottingham.
The John van Geest Cancer Research Centre has many collaborations with a variety of different organisations. But our relationship with patient support groups is particularly important to us.
My name is Gary Steele and I have been the Chairman of the Leighton Hospital Prostate Cancer Support Group since I started it in May 2000.
We have recently had our annual runNTU – a 5k run with the option of a 1.
As part of a whirlwind first week at the John van Geest centre, I made the decision to spend a few hours of my time on Saturday for the runNTU event, our annual 5K sponsored run to raise funds for the centre.