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Opportunity details

Detecting Cancer Early Priority Setting Partnership

Have your say – which areas of cancer research are important to you?

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We are looking for patients, family members and friends to take part in a workshop to help choose the final ‘Top 10’ unanswered research questions to improve early detection of cancer.

We carried out a survey to identify topics in cancer research that could help detect the disease sooner. We have now collated the responses into research questions and each question addresses an area with little or no previous research.

For our next phase of the study we want your help by taking part in a workshop.

Date from

9th July 2019

Date to

10th August 2019


Detecting Cancer Early - Priority Setting Partnership, University of Manchester and Christie Hospital

The project is being run as a James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership at the NIHR Manchester Biomedical Research Centre, supported by researchers from The University of Manchester and The Christie.





North West

Involvement type:

Identifying and prioritising

What support is offered?

We will provide reading materials, and our partner organisation the James Lind Alliance has lots of materials and online information for people attending the workshop so you know what to expect on the day.




Travel expenses will be covered, we can offer overnight accommodation for those who need it, but you must contact the organiser ASAP if you think this is required.

Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?


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