Every two minutes, someone in the UK is diagnosed with cancer; an alarming statistic.
However, thanks to you, our fantastic supporters, we have been able to make an enormous difference to the thousands of patients at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham who have received this terrible news.
You have enabled us to save the lives of those with previously inoperable tumours by bringing two of the world’s most advanced radiotherapy machines – CyberKnife and TomoTherapy – to the hospital.
However, we still need your help. We’ve launched a £1 million appeal to fund drugs trials, which could give patients access to cheaper cancer drugs quicker than anywhere else in the country.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham is one of the leading hospitals in the UK, acting as a centre of excellence for military patients, organ transplants and neurosurgery amongst many...Find out more >
We’ve launched a £1 million appeal, with cancer charity Get-A-Head and the University of Birmingham, to fund a programme giving cancer patients access to new drugs quicker than anywhere else in...Find out more >
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity is launching a new appeal to bring cutting edge equipment in the field of breast cancer to the hospital. We want this equipment in place by December...Find out more >