• The CaPP3 trial is part funded by Stand Up To Cancer

    The CaPP3 trial is part funded by Stand Up To Cancer

  • Congratulations - 100th participant recruited in Manchester

    Congratulations - 100th participant recruited in Manchester

  • CaPP3 Australia Team

    CaPP3 Australia Team

  • The CaPP3 Study Day for UK site teams was held in London on 29th September 2017

    The CaPP3 Study Day for UK site teams was held in London on 29th September 2017

  • Exeter re-consent their first recruit onto the open phase of the CaPP3 Study

    Exeter re-consent their first recruit onto the open phase of the CaPP3 Study

  • CaPP3 International Collaborators Meeting

    CaPP3 International Collaborators Meeting

  • Congratulations to GOSH for recruiting the 1000th CaPP3 participant

    Congratulations to GOSH for recruiting the 1000th CaPP3 participant

  • CaPP3 Finland

    CaPP3 Finland

  • Congratulations - 100th participant recruited in Birmingham

    Congratulations - 100th participant recruited in Birmingham

  • Great news: 100th CaPP3 participant recruited in Newcastle!

    Great news: 100th CaPP3 participant recruited in Newcastle!

  • First CaPP3 Recruit

    First CaPP3 Recruit

    Nick James, our first CaPP3 participant, was recruited in Newcastle by Professor Sir John Burn on 1st October 2014.

  • CaPP3 Recruitment

    CaPP3 Recruitment

    1292 including 91 international recruits (05.12.17)

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  • Review of the role of aspirin in preventing colorectal cancer

    posted on Tuesday, 24th October 2017

    Review of the role of aspirin in preventing colorectal cancer written by John Burn and his postdoctoral research assistant Harsh Sheth

  • Lynch Syndrome UK

    posted on Thursday, 5th March 2015

    Lynch Syndrome UK is a registered charity stemming from a long running support group on Facebook.  Our many members are passionate about our cause to educate and empower people living with this genetic condition and offering support to both them and their families when they need it most.