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Virtual reality and precision diagnosis among shortlist for our Grand Challenge

Category: Science blog April 14, 2016 Comments are closed

This entry is part 10 of 10 in the series Grand Challenge

Find out the details of the nine ideas that could answer one of our Grand Challenges in cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

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The cheek of it – how you could help beat blood cancer

Category: Science blog March 5, 2015 1 comment

Find out about blood stem cell donation, how you could get involved and even help save someone’s life

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Could measles cure cancer? Uh, not exactly…

Category: Science blog May 16, 2014 21 comments

Media outlets are awash with the news that researchers in the US have apparently cured cancer with the measles virus. What are the facts behind the headlines?

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Notes from NCRI conference (day 4)

Category: Science blog November 7, 2012 Comments are closed

Before the final day of the conference started, we once again awoke to news stories based on research presented over the l...

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Introducing our new Clinician Scientist Fellows

Category: Science blog August 1, 2012 Comments are closed

Translating a ‘eureka’ moment in the laboratory into new medical advances for cancer patients is never easy. But thank...

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Misleading reporting of the “wonder jab that will kill 90% of cancers”

Category: Science blog April 10, 2012 3 comments

Over the weekend you may have seen headlines announcing that a “‘Universal’ cancer vaccine” or “wonder jab” ha...

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Is ecstasy ‘being developed to treat blood cancers’? Not quite…

Category: Science blog August 19, 2011 Comments are closed

Here are a few thoughts on this morning’s headlines about ecstasy and cancer. (In case you missed them, they’re based ...

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Making research count for patients – the multiple myeloma story

Category: Science blog June 27, 2011 Comments are closed

This year at the ASCO conference in the US, several sessions reflected on the rapid progress that has been made for differ...

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