Validating Predictive Models and Biomarkers of Radiotherapy Toxicity to Reduce Side-Effects and Improve Quality of Life in Cancer Survivors

The purpose of this international study is to try to predict which patients are more likely to have side effects from radiotherapy

News

REQUITE poster chosen as most informative poster.

Manchester, 24 June 2015, REQUITE poster was voted the most informative poster at an educational event at The Christie: Pelvic cancers: improving outcomes & quality of life following treatment.

http://www.christie.nhs.uk/school-of-oncology/education-and-training/education-events/150624-pelvic-cancers.aspx

Successful meeting of the REQUITE project in Montpellier, France

The third meeting of the REQUITE project was held over two days from 16th to 17th (morning) June 2015 at the  Montpellier Cancer Research Institute, Montpellier, France together with the 7th annual radiogenomics consortium meeting at 15 June 2015. The perfectly organised meeting offered excellent opportunities for engaging discussion and to exchange knowledge. It was an overview of all reached end goals of the project so far and there was positive feedback from both the external advisors as the patient advisory group.

Recruitment

Breast
804
Lung
153
Prostate
784