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Author: Alex Zylko

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Amount raised: £11,526.00


Research saves and changes lives

More than 41,000 men and women are diagnosed with bowel cancer every year. Around 300,000 individuals live with Inflammatory Bowel Disease and thousands of others with IBS.

We fund the best science across the UK and our next generation of research experts through a dedicated PhD programme.


This study is looking to use technology to bring the power of MRI into the management of chronic conditions such as Crohn's disease.



Location: University College London,3rd Floor East, 250 Euston Road, London

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What is normal bowel function?

We need healthy volunteers for this study which will define the range for normal bowel function.


Author: Alex Zylko

Location: National Bowel Research Centre,Queen Mary University, London

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