Patients' and Supporters' Conference 2011

The 5th Annual Patients' and Supporters' Conference took place on Saturday 2nd July at the Chancellor's Hotel in Manchester. The feedback we've received so far has been extremely positive, these are just a few of the comments - 'Inspiring, informative and motivational.'

There were inspirational talks from former bone cancer patients who amazed everyone with their positivity and determination. Rob Grimer, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon spoke about working with bone tumours for 35 years and the need for earlier diagnosis. There was also an interesting talk by Sue Murphy a veterinary surgeon who spoke about the similarities of bone cancer in humans and dogs and cats. The BCRT researchers presented their current projects and were also on hand to talk to delegates throughout the day.

BCRT Conference 2011 - Programme

Here are videos of all of the presentations that took place at this year's conference. We hope you enjoy watching them.

BCRT 5th Annual Patient's & Supporter's Conference 2011

National Ewing's MDT & Trends in Diagnosis of Bone Tumours
Speaker: Rob Grimer, Consultant Orthopaedic Oncologist, The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham
Personal Experience:
Ruth Flanagan
Mapping and Modelling Primary Bone Cancer
Speaker: Karen Blakey, Researcher, Newcastle University

Personal Experiences:
Siobhan Taylor

Personal Experiences: Matt Woollias
Personal Experience:
Kira Hagan

Osteosarcoma in the cat and dog – pets get cancer too!
Speaker: Sue Murphy, European and Royal College Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Oncology, Animal Health Trust

Personal Experience
Katie Brooman

Making a bone tumour service work for patients
Speaker: Helen Stradling, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre Oxford and Nursing Times Cancer Nurse Leader of the Year 2010

Making a difference for BCRT
Speakers: Callum Flynn, Maria Flynn and Andy Burnham MP

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