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The London Clinic lights up for World Cancer Day

03 Feb 2023

Cancer is an issue that’s close to our hearts at The London Clinic. That’s why this World Cancer Day (Saturday 4 February) our hospital was lit up in blue and orange.

World Cancer Day exists to raise global attention and inspire action for a cancer-free world. As a centre for the private treatment and care of people diagnosed with cancer and their families, we’ve long supported this important event.

Our main hospital building illuminated blue and orange for World Cancer Day 2023.

In particular, we’re passionate about raising awareness for new advances in cancer treatment and care, so that together we’re able to achieve the best possible outcomes for patients.
As such, our aim is to pioneer firsts in cancer care.
For instance, we were the first UK hospital to scan people with a 3T MRI scanner, which produces superior images to conventional MRI scanners; and we were the first to offer people with prostate cancer a new treatment called SpaceOAR, which causes fewer side effects.
We’re also home to Europe’s largest stem cell collection centre, housed in our dedicated cancer centre, The Duchess of Devonshire Wing, which provides care for patients with serious blood cancers and blood disorders, as well as supporting vital research.
We’re proud to have joined landmarks around the world in support of World Cancer Day.
Find out more about our cancer care services.


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