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Friends of Oxford Cancer Public Event

To thank our donor community for their generous and ongoing support, Oxford Cancer is hosting a series of events for its supporters. These events will highlight and discuss some of the key areas of cancer research currently taking place across Oxford and provide supporters with an opportunity to put their questions to the experts.

In the second event of the series, Professor Anna Schuh, Director of Molecular Diagnostics in the Department of Oncology, will give a talk on SerenOx Africa, the first private specialised haematology clinic and laboratory in sub-Saharan Africa.

SerenOx Africa aims to address diagnostic gaps for common blood disorders through a testing facility for key underserved patient populations in Tanzania. This facility will also aim to provide early cancer detection for high-risk patients. You can read more on SerenOx here.

Get Involved

If you would like to join our meeting then you can sign up below. Registration for this is hosted on Eventbrite.