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  • Congratulations to Birmingham in recruiting the 500th CaPP3 participant

    posted on Wednesday, 10th February 2016

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    Congratulations to Birmingham in recruiting the 500th CaPP3 participant

    Birmingham team from left to right: Farah Islam, Camilla Huber, Jon Hoffman, Wayne Glover

    We are delighted to report that the Birmingham Regional Genetics Service team recruited participant number 500 to the CaPP3 study on Friday 5th February 2016! The 500th CaPP3 recruit brings Birmingham's own recruitment to 52.

    There are now 24 centres open to recruitment: Newcastle, Aberdeen, Sheffield, Nottingham, St Mark's, Swansea, Exeter, Birmingham, Manchester, St George's, Cambridge, Cardiff, Dundee, Royal Marsden Hospital, Southampton, Leeds, Guy's, GOSH, Oxford, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Leicester and Rhyl. If you live in one of these areas and are interested in taking part in the CaPP3 study please contact your Genetics Service. We expect the remaining 2 UK centres to open to recruitment in the very near future.

    Recruitment is currently at 514 (10th February 2016).

    See a list of participating Genetics Centres

     

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

    posted on Wednesday, 10th February 2016

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    Great news: 100th CaPP3 participant recruited in Newcastle!

    From left to right:  Jackie Greenwood, CaPP3 Research Nurse and Lindsey Richardson, 100th CaPP3 recruit in Newcastle

    Jackie Greenwood, the CaPP3 Research Nurse in Newcastle is delighted to have recruited Lindsey Richardson, the 100th Newcastle participant, to the CaPP3 study!  

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  • Lynch Syndrome UK

    posted on Thursday, 5th March 2015

    Lynch Syndrome UK is a new charity stemming from a long running support group on Facebook.  We are well on our way to becoming a registered charity within the UK.  Our many members are passionate about our cause to educate and empower people that have this genetic condition offering support to both them and their families when they need it most.

  • Cancer Research UK: Trials and research

    posted on Monday, 24th November 2014

    CaPP3 is now listed on the Cancer Research UK's trials and research database.