The Oxford Centre for Early Cancer Detection (OxCODE) brings together high calibre multi-disciplinary early cancer detection researchers from across > 40 departments, units and institutes in Oxford to collaborate and maximise research outputs in this area. Early detection is the future of cancer research and will transform cancer care to achieve enhanced cancer cure. OxCODE’s vision is to harness our existing strengths and expertise to generate a Quantitative Risk Score - the ‘Oxford QR code’ - an integrated multi-parameter readout to stratify an individual’s risk of developing malignant cancer. This will enable early detection with accompanying prognostic information for patient benefit.
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