Andrew Fisher

Ralph Lauren ‘Cancer Conversations’ in association with The Conduit

– Episode 1

This episode launches our special Ralph Lauren Cancer Conversations series recorded at The Conduit. Throughout this series, we will invite people touched by cancer to share their stories. We will also be delving into the science behind cancer research, the role of technology in early detection and prevention, and how innovative collaborations in cancer research and philanthropy can achieve amazing results.

Paul’s guest today is Andrew Fisher OBE, former CEO and Executive Chairman of Shazam, and Member of The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity’s Oak Cancer Centre Appeal Board. They discuss the link between the science behind Shazam and his work with The Royal Marsden, the role of data in providing cancer care, and how to motivate people of all ages to engage with your cause.

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