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Could ‘stealth’ viruses and microbubbles help treat cancer?

Category: Science Blog February 14, 2014

Our researchers are developing innovative new techniques to find better ways to treat cancer in the future.

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Expert Opinion: Professor Nick Lemoine on pancreatic cancer

Category: Science Blog October 12, 2011

Pancreatic cancer continues to be one of the hardest cancers to treat, so as part of our Research Strategy, we’ve pledged to boost research in this area with ...

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April podcast is now live

Category: Science Blog April 9, 2009

In April’s podcast we find out about cancer research in Northern Ireland, as the charity unveils the latest Cancer Research UK Centre in Belfast. Professo...

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Nano-scale advance in targeted cancer therapy

Category: Science Blog March 24, 2009

Perhaps the biggest challenge in cancer treatment is the issue of selectivity – how to kill cancer cells while leaving healthy cells unharmed.  But many comm...

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Viruses in disguise could be key to ovarian cancer treatment

Category: Science Blog July 30, 2008

Ovarian cancer affects over 6,600 women in the UK, and 190,000 worldwide, every year. What’s more, treating it successfully can be difficult. Women are often ...

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