The British Society of Gastroenterology published new medical guidelines in October 2019, for people who have an increased… Read moreMay 16
We have made the difficult decision to cancel our annual patient information day in 2020. We had planned… Read moreMay 16
Please take a look at our resources section for updated information on managing strictures and adhesions and the… Read moreMay 16
Next virtual Polyposis information evening announced for Thursday 6th October 2022 All patients, families and health care professionals… Read moreOct 06
Next virtual Lynch Syndrome Evening announced for Thursday 18th October 2022 All patients, families and health care professionals… Read moreOct 18
The Polyposis Registry was founded in 1924 when the pathologist at St Mark’s, Dr Cuthbert Dukes, began to collect data with his young assistant, the then 17 year old Dick Bussey (later Dr Bussey, pictured).
The Family Cancer Clinic at St Mark’s Hospital was founded in 1986 as part of the then new Imperial Cancer Research Fund Colorectal Cancer Unit. Professor Huw Thomas has been the clinical Director since 1994 (pictured above).