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Clinical research nurses are at the forefront of life-saving cancer work

Three leading cancer experts explain why the role of the clinical research nurse is crucial and bridges the gap between science and patients
Abstract illustration depicts a female figure with a magnifying glass and test tubes. In this article three leading cancer experts explain why the role of the clinical research nurse is crucial.

Three leading cancer experts explain why the role of the clinical research nurse is crucial and bridges the gap between science and patients

As a bridge between science and patients, cancer research simply would not happen without clinical research nurses.

Over the past 40 years researchers have made incredible progress in ensuring more people survive cancer – survival has doubled thanks to research.

From trials to find out whether new treatments are safe and effective to testing new combinations of treatments, researchers are working hard to beat cancer.

And it is clinical research nurses who are at the forefront of this potentially life-saving work.

‘They are the bridge between the science and care of the patient’

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