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In this month’s podcast we discuss a new prostate cancer drug that has been licensed in the UK and investigate how red tape is hindering European cancer trials.

New research shows that HPV testing could save thousands of women from having unnecessary cancer tests, and we take a look at a new study investigating whether beta-blockers could prevent cancer spread. Plus, should fair-skinned people take vitamin D supplements?

Finally, we say goodbye to Harry Moseley – an amazing 11 year-old who recently lost his fight against brain cancer – and take a look at some of the latest research into brain tumours.

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clinical trial manufacturing October 25, 2011

great news about HPV testing – really saddened to hear about Harry Moseley though, he’s an inspiration to us all!