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The Stokes Centre Has Won the Royal Institution for Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Social Impact Award in Healthcare 2020
The Stokes Centre for Urology at Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust has won the Royal Institution for Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Social Impact award in Healthcare 2020, thanks to a design aimed at improving the dignity and wellbeing of the many hundreds of prostate and bladder cancer patients who are treated there each year.
Thanks to the Prostate Project, a new £100,000 diagnostic imaging device to detect prostate cancer has arrived at The Stokes Centre for Urology.
A new treatment option, using steam, for men with bothersome urinary symptoms due to a benign enlargement of their prostate gland, began this month at the Royal Surrey.
Prostate cancer becomes most commonly diagnosed cancer in UK, now we need to invest in research for new treatments.
Becoming chair of the Prostate Project As the new Chair I want to make some opening remarks about our agenda. I am really proud, privileged and honoured to have been asked to take
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