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“Our key priority is to ensure cancer patients have access to diagnostics, chemotherapy and radiotherapy where they need it, which has an even greater importance...

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Cancer treatment during Covid-19

3 August, 2020

"Our key priority is to ensure cancer patients have access to diagnostics, chemotherapy and radiotherapy where they need it, which has an even greater importance during Covid-19." Read more from James McArthur, General Manager UK.

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July 2020

29 July, 2020

New Haematology Rapid Access Service launches at GenesisCare in Milton Keynes

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Haematology Rapid Access Service at our centre in Milton Keynes. This easy-to-access service enables you to refer your patients quickly to a Consultant Haematologist for assessment, diagnosis and potential treatment, with same day or next day appointments.

28 July, 2020

SABR year in review

The last year has seen several significant milestones for the GenesisCare SABR service. Dr James Good shares our developments and looking ahead to the coming year.

21 July, 2020

World-class care during Covid-19 – is this still achievable?

“Our patients are the true unsung heroes of this pandemic and together we should continue to fight in the face of adversity.” A compelling article by Louise Pardon, our talented SABR specialist radiographer, the GenesisCare teams continue to adopt and deliver cancer care safely for patients.


June 2020

25 June, 2020

Diagnostic and advanced radiotherapy for prostate cancer

At GenesisCare, we provide a clear and comprehensive pathway from diagnosis to treatment for prostate cancer patients who wish to be referred privately. In the treatment of the most common cancer in men, recent advances in radiotherapy have also given us new opportunities to improve outcomes and quality of life for patients.

22 June, 2020

The technological benefits of prostate radiotherapy on the MRIdian

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK. Around 6 out of 10 men will have localised disease at presentation, and approximately a third of these will go on to have curative radiotherapy. Radiotherapy treatment for prostate cancer has changed beyond recognition over the last 20 years, due to advances in…

17 June, 2020

Dave’s 155 mile cycle for Penny Brohn UK

Dave’s sheer determination to complete the challenge for Penny Brohn UK and to cover his longest distance in a single day did not stop. From indoor training during strict lockdown measures to beginning to cycle further distances when the restrictions were lifted – Dave did not stop peddling! And within government guidelines Dave decided to…