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Sue Davies has dedicated the last 10 years of her life to raising awareness of the little-known cancer treatment that saved her son’s life. It was after the 64-year-old’s son Mark was diagnosed with bowel cancer aged 31 that Sue decided to set up a pilot scheme with Macmillan Cancer Support at the Clatterbridge Cancer… more info...

Tenacity for cancer scheme pays off for determined mum

Wirral professor who pioneered a life-changing bowel cancer treatment

wants it to be exported to the rest of the world

A DOCTOR who pioneered a treatment that is dramatically changing cancer sufferers’ lives is sharing his knowledge with the rest of the world. Wirral’s Clatterbridge Cancer Centre is one of a handful of centres that offer the Papillon technique to those with early stage bowel cancer. And it was first introduced to Britain in 1993…

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Cancer survivor bids to expand treatment

DAD-OF-TWO Bruce Inker refused to believe the only way to treat his cancer was to remove part of his lower bowel with the consequence of a lifetime using a colostomy bag. So the 57-year-old from Kidlington began doing his own research on the internet and discovered another option – contact radiotherapy in Liverpool...

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