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Add to cart. Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information As a result of the prevalence of colorectal diseases, coloproctology has developed enormously as a specialist field for nurses and there have been many advances in treatment, surgical techniques, screening programmes and nursing led patient services.

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The GI Unit has led, or participated in, several national and international trials which have defined the role of new drugs and improved the standards of cancer treatment in several areas. For example, a landmark national study, led by Professor Cunningham and Mr Allum, demonstrated improved survival for patients with operable gastric cancer if they were given chemotherapy before and after their operation.

Another trial led by Professor Cunningham investigated cetuximab, a new monoclonal antibody which targets a protein called epidermal growth factor receptor EGFR , which is important for the growth of colorectal cancer cells. This international trial demonstrated the ability of cetuximab to resensitise chemotherapy irinotecan -resistant advanced colorectal tumours to chemotherapy.

Current areas of research include preoperative chemotherapy and radiation therapy for rectal cancer, and preoperative chemotherapy for oesophageal cancer.

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We are also studying new drugs which target cancer-specific pathways in advanced colorectal, gastric and pancreatic cancer. The GI Unit firmly believes that research is essential in order to raise standards of cancer care, and to improve the prognosis of patients with GI cancers.


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As a result of the prevalence of colorectal diseases, coloproctology has developed enormously as a specialist field for nurses and there have been many advances in treatment, surgical techniques, screening programmes and nursing led patient services. As this field of surgery evolves, the educational needs of nurses specializing in this area continue to grow.