Pseudomyxoma survivor supports research at the ChristiePseudomyxoma Survivor is pleased to announce a £3,500 donation to support the research work of Mr Andrew Renehan and Professor Peter Stern in the Paterson Laboratories, at the Christie Hospital, Manchester.

Briefly, the project to date has successfully grown PMP cells in the laboratory, which no other lab has yet done. The next phase, which is under commencement and which this donation will help fund, is to test various chemotherapy drugs against these cells.

This is extremely exciting research and Pseudomyxoma Survivor is proud to be able to support it. We wouldn’t have been able to achieve this without your donations, so a big thank you to those that have contributed. We are looking to continue support of this important work so please keep those donations coming in.

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