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Paul Strickland Scanner Centre Wins Innovation Award

on Friday, 22 June 2018.

Paul Strickland Scanner Centre charity has picked up the 2018 Pharmaceutical Industry Network Group (PING) Innovation Award, which recognises and supports innovation and excellence in the pharmaceutical and life sciences supply chain.

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Known for their world-class medical imaging facility at Mount Vernon Hospital (Northwood) which has undertaken over 7,000 whole-body MRI scans to date, Paul Strickland Scanner Centre plays an imperative role in managing the treatment of cancer patients, including those who develop multidrug resistance to cancer.

Claire Strickland, CEO of Paul Strickland Scanner Centre, stated:

“Our team is completely dedicated to making sure patients receive the highest quality care and are able to benefit from medical research that could lead to breakthroughs in treating cancer and other serious conditions. We’re absolutely thrilled to see the team’s hard work recognised in this way.”

Paul Gershlick, Chair of PING and Head of Pharmaceuticals and Life Sciences at VWV praised the winner:

"Congratulations to the Paul Strickland Scanner Centre for this richly deserved award. It is fantastic to see the difference that their innovative use of scanning has made to people's lives. We are delighted to recognise their impact with this award".

Previous winners include Sigma Pharmaceuticals Plc, University of Hertfordshire, Proteus Digital Health and Durbin Plc.

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