Dan manages Cancer Research UK’s research and charity policy team which works across a range of issues to ensure that Government continues to support medical research. Before coming to Cancer Research UK, Dan previously worked for the biotech and stem cell industry following a brief stint interning for an MP in Leeds.
Category: Science blog May 19, 2015
Our new report, Every Patient a Research Patient? looks at how well the NHS is performing at offering cancer patients the opportunity to take part in research.
Category: Science blog June 16, 2014
We discuss a new report that looks at the wider economic impact of cancer research.
Category: Science blog April 2, 2014
A new £4.5 million Government funding boost will improve the way research is approved in the NHS. But what does it mean for patients?
Category: Science blog September 27, 2013
We want to understand cancer and cure it. To do this we not only need the best scientific minds doing the very best resear...
Category: Science blog July 11, 2013
Last year was a breakthrough year for radiotherapy. We have been talking about radiotherapy’s importance, and the need f...
Category: Science blog June 26, 2013
This afternoon,we waited with bated breath as Chancellor George Osborne stood up to outline exactly how much Government de...
Category: Science blog May 15, 2013
These are difficult times for the economy. Next month, the Government is set to announce the results of its recent Spendin...
Category: Science blog April 25, 2013
Clinical trials are vital – they’re how we know which treatments work, how best to use them, and what the side effects...
Category: Science blog January 28, 2013
As the NHS is going through a period of change that “can be seen from space” Cancer Research UK and other medical re...
Category: Science blog September 19, 2012
Without clinical trials, there would be no new cancer treatments. And there are few better places to set up a clinical tri...