Justine studied biological sciences at the University of Warwick before diving straight into a PhD at the same institution, working on how HIV hijacks certain transport pathways in cells. After subsequently working as a science writer for several years, Justine joined the Science Communications team at Cancer Research UK in 2016, helping communicate research on cancer to the public and media.
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An experimental blood test could offer a way to detect early signs that patients’ lung cancers will return after treatment.
By tracing genetic chaos over time our scientists may have found a way to help predict lung cancer survival.
Find out how our scientists are developing a way to target a troublesome cancer molecule, LOX.
At AACR 2017, thousands of doctors and scientists shared progress in cancer research. Read about the hottest topics.
In this post we’ll be exploring the gene editing technology CRISPR by answering some of the most common questions that pop up.
New research by our scientists may have found a way to target a faulty cell suicide pathway in cancer.