Funding Outcomes

Not ‘just a hernia’ – the complication costing lives

Hernias are common. Although often seen as minor – they can obstruct the bowel which can prove fatal. The results […]

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BDRF research highlights positive trends in anal cancer survival

Findings from a BDRF study published in the British Journal of Cancer* show a striking increase in people surviving anal […]

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Associate Surgical Specialty Leads – championing a new generation of colorectal researchers

Since 2013, BDRF has joint-funded a Royal College of Surgeons surgical specialty lead (SSL) in bowel disease. Like our joint […]

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Survey data released for advanced rectal cancer

It’s now well known that when caught early, bowel cancer is very treatable. Unfortunately however, of the 14,000 cases of rectal […]

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BDRF funds work into robotic-assisted surgery research

We are pleased to announce funding for two projects investigating work into robotic-assisted colorectal surgery. These grants have been very […]

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BDRF funded project wins European prize for best abstract

At the recent European Society of Coloproctology meeting in Vienna, BDRF funded work was awarded Best Y-ESCP Abstract Submission. The […]

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Leaders in bowel disease research – new colorectal surgical specialty leads announced

Since 2013, BDRF has joint-funded a Royal College of Surgeons surgical specialty lead (SSL) in bowel disease. Like our joint […]

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New hernia research launched

Bowel obstruction is a deadly problem that puts a major strain on the NHS. The BDRF funded NASBO audit highlighted […]

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Ten years of impact in bowel disease research

Today we proudly launch our 10-year Impact Report. Our aim is to give you a feel for the impact our […]

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ELF findings call for frailty scoring to become standard practice

Important findings from the BDRF-funded Emergency Laparotomy and Frailty Study (ELF Study) have been published in the Annals of Surgery. […]

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