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Guy's & St. Thomas' Charity

Guy's Cancer Tour - Liege to London 2019

20 cyclists take on the 300 mile cycle from Liege to London to raise essential funds for Urology research at Guy's Cancer (Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital) .
Charity Registration No: 1160316

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20 cyclists, 3 days, 300 miles, 13,000 feet of climbing, to improve the lives of people with cancer.

Follow our journey through our Strava and Instagram accounts.

The number of people living with cancer in the UK will double from two million today to at least four million by 2030.

Currently around 22,718 people are diagnosed with either bladder or kidney cancer in the UK every year and around 47,700 are diagnosed with prostate cancer (that's 1 in 8 men).

Guys Cancer , Guy's and St Thomas'

The award-winning urology centre is one of the UK's biggest and most productive cancer centres linking laboratory research with cancer care.

The £150,000 raised from this ride will fund two clinical research fellows based at Guys Cancer .

Research fellows are able to bridge the gap between clinical medicine and basic science research. They can guide basic science research by providing insight into what will be directly relevant to patient care and can also facilitate the rapid introduction of the latest research into clinical medicine.

You can read more about the areas of work the two research fellows will be working on:

1. Tumour immunology fellow

Immunotherapy is a promising new treatment for many cancer types and the first funded Fellow will focus their efforts in extending the reach of this treatment to more people. In the Urology field it is effective for kidney, bladder and prostate cancer. Not all patients respond to these treatments so work needs to be done to:

1. Find ways to predict who will respond, to save putting patients on treatments that won't help them. 2. Find new immunotherapy treatments for the patients who don't respond to current therapies. 3. Enhance immunotherapy responses whilst milting side effects.

This will improve patient quality of life, as well as extend life expectancy for patients with incurable diseases. A future goal would be to improve cure rates by using immunotherapy in combination with surgery / radiotherapy

2. Urology fellow

The second fellow will lead a project looking at whether directing chemotherapy to the bladder can reduce the number of patients developing bladder cancer after receiving successful treatment for a similar cancer in the kidney.

As soon as positive research findings emerge, our healthcare staff can put these new methods into practice, to ensure patients benefit from the new learning straight away.

For patients, these two sides of our work - care and research - complete the circle of healthcare. The care we provide draws on the latest research findings, while our facilities also help develop the cancer treatments of tomorrow.






David Thompson


raised by 51 supporters


James Spicer


raised by 50 supporters


Deborah Enting


raised by 25 supporters


William Bartlett


raised by 55 supporters


Justin Marriott


raised by 85 supporters




17 hours ago

All the best ladies and gents! Such an incredible ride, and an amazing cause!! May the wind be behind you all the way...


Roger Sanford

12 days ago

Amazing people, doing amazing things.


Jonathan Mcloughlin

1 month ago

Good luck Bran. A brilliant charity to raise money for. X



2 months ago

Good luck to Bran and all the other riders!

About the charity

Guy's & St. Thomas' Charity
Guy's & St. Thomas' Charity

Guy’s and St Thomas’ is among the oldest and well known teaching hospitals. Our areas of specialisation include cancer, cardiovascular services, kidney and urology and dermatology. We are home to Evelina London Children’s Hospital. With your help we can offer medical care that is second to none.

Charity Registration No: 1160316


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Guy's Cancer Tour - Liege to London 2019

Guy's & St. Thomas' Charity