Research

CReaTE wows in Warrington

The Association of Coloproctology Great Britain and Ireland took it’s research show on the road yesterday to the North West […]

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CEO Blog : It’s all about the vision

  “The Surgeon’s Penis” is the title of a chapter in the biography of John Hunter. I happened to be […]

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IBD Patient involvement day

BDRF brings patients and researchers together – to break down ‘doctor/patient’ boundaries and improve treatment. There are so many opportunities […]

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Making life better after bowel surgery – we need your help

For many patients, successful surgery to remove rectal cancer is just the start of a long road to full recovery. […]

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BDRF launches robotic-assisted colorectal surgery grants round

The Bowel Disease Research Foundation (BDRF), together with  Intuitive Surgical- will offer grants into robotic colorectal surgery. A total of […]

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£400k of funding approved in the fight against bowel disease

Work has now commenced on all of the 10 projects to come out of the second phase of our landmark […]

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Crohn’s research presented on the European stage

We believe people living with IBD are best placed to guide improvements in their treatment. That’s why we’ve been funding […]

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Malnutrition stats can’t be ignored

ONS statistics showing malnutrition contributed to the deaths of 361 people in the UK last year should serve as a […]

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BDRF research into bowel cancer goes global

BDRF-funded research into new treatment for a complicated form of bowel cancer has been extended to bring in hospitals from […]

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2017 – A great year for Bowel Disease Research

                          What a year 2017 has been for […]

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