We have recently produced our second review. This report covers our achievments since our first review was published in 2011.
We hope it will give you a more indepth knowledge to who ICPV are, what ICPV do and why we do it.
We have prepared this leaflet encouraging patients to ask about clinical trials, donation of tissue for research and involvement in local cancer network service development and research read more
Our members occasional contribute to journal publications read more
NCRI Conference 2011
For the NCRI Conference in Liverpool in November 2011 we had an abstract accepted "Independent Cancer Patients' Voice - speaking clearly and being heard" and presented a poster "Continuing the Conversation"
Independent Cancer Patients' Voice - speaking clearly and being heard
Abstract NCRI 2011.pdf
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NCIN, Belfast, June 2015
Several ICPV members attended and spoke at this years conference. Click here for more.
AACR Conference, Philadelphia, April 2015
ICPV Member Pat Fairbrother joined US advocates at this year's conference. Read her review of the event here.
Multiple Biopsies Forum, Feb 2015
ICPV joined with the ICR to discuss the issues around the increasing need for multiple biospies in research. Click here for the summary of the meeting.
The Voice, Issue 1, Dec 2014
The first ICPV newsletter is now available for download. It has reviews of members activities, meeting attended and papers published.
The ICPV VOICE course will be held at Barts Cancer Institute from 1-5 Sept. Click here for information and contact details.
Cancer Drugs Fund
Today (19 Jan 2015) The Telegraph has published a letter from ICPV & fourteen other charities on the current CDF situation. Go to our Facebook or Twitter page for Telelgraph weblink or click below for the letter.
ICPV Review 2014
Our latest review is now available. Click here to read more.
ASCO, Boston, 2014
Prof Lesley Fallowfield presented a poster for the AVALPROFS study ASCO. The study was well received at the event especially by patients. Click here to see the poster and find our more about the study.
ICPV Summer School 2014
The ICPV summer school was held in Brighton on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th July 2014.
Click here for speaker presentations and audience reviews.
James Lind Alliance & NIAA - Survey
The Anaesthesia and Perioperative Care Priority Setting Partnership aims to identify the most important research areas to improve the physical and mental well-being of patients attending hospital for any operation or procedure requiring any type of anaesthetic. A short online survey (5-10 minutes) is open until the end of July for patients, carers and clinicians to contribute their ideas about unanswered research questions related to this topic. It is a unique opportunity to have your say and participate in this important and wide-ranging partnership that will have a real impact on research in hospital care. For further information and access to the survey please go to: www.niaa.org.uk/PSP_Survey#pt
Genomics England, 24 March 2014
A group of patients advocates from ICPV, NCRI, Cancer52, and Cancer of Unknown Primary recently held a discussion with Genomics England to help clarify the current developments and look at ways of raising awareness of the need for tissue and data. A summary of the discussion can be downloaded here.
ABPI Conference, 10 April 2014
For the first time ICPV had a stand at the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) conference. This was a great networking opportunity and a chance to promote ICPV.
ICPV Members Day, 4 April 2014
The 2014 members day was held at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. We had talks a number of new trials and studied and an opportunity for new members to discover what ICPV do and for old members to exchange news. Click here for more information.
EORTC Cancer Survivorship Summit, Jan 2014
CSG and ICPV member Carolyn Morris attended this years event in Brussels. Click here for more information and to read her report.