Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital is a partnership between Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, the University of Cambridge and the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Centre. 

Our vision is to change the way we detect and treat cancer. Our plans for a new 25,000m2 building will combine modern NHS clinical space with two new research institutes on the Cambridge BioMedical Campus, adjacent to Addenbrooke’s hospital. 

We want to create a cancer treatment hospital in Cambridge which will serve the health needs of patients, their families and carers, from the east of England. We believe the best way of achieving this goal is to make sure as many people as possible have their say and an opportunity to get involved. If you've had, or are currently receiving treatment, or if you have been a carer for someone with cancer, we invite you to join our Cambridge Cancer Network. There are many ways to be involved, from filling in short surveys to attending virtual workshops during different stages. It’s totally up to you how much time you give.

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* 1. What is your name?

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* 2. What is your email address?

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* 3. Please confirm your email address

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* 4. Please let us know if you are:

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* 5. We hope to invite some members of the network to feedback on their experience of specific cancer type, as either a patient or carer, to help redesign cancer care from diagnosis to follow-up. This may include being part of working groups on specific areas of the hospital. If you are interested in this please let us know what type of cancer you have experience of?

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* 6. I consent to join the mailing list for the CCRH Network for the purpose of receiving updates and opportunities to be involved with the development of the hospital. 

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