£17,000 in autumn 2013 to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for improved equipment for cancer detection. Patients with facial tumours may need part or all of their upper or lower jaw removed. Following the operation, the tumour is examined under a microscope to determine what further treatment may be
Through our Centres, online and telephone-based support, we help local cancer patients and their family and friends to improve their quality of life, physical health, and mental wellbeing.
We fund vital, world-class research into cancer, right here in Norfolk. Since 1980 we’ve funded more than £12.5 million in research and equipment grants across the Norwich Research Park.
We have been investing in cancer diagnostic and treatment equipment since Big C began in 1980. The aim is to ensure the people of Norfolk have all the best treatments closer to home.
Learn about our interventional and presentational education programmes for the general public and healthcare professionals.