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- Press release: Personalised radiotherapy treatment set to benefit from CERN software
- A collaboration of scientific disciplines is developing pioneering software to design radiotherapy tailored to individua...
- 29 Apr 2013
- News: Early surgery for 'low-grade' brain tumours may result in longer survival
- Early surgery for patients with slow-growing, low-grade glioma brain tumours may result in better survival than a wait-a...
- 25 Oct 2012
- Press release: Anti-alcoholism drug could help treat most common type of adult brain cancer
- A drug that has been used to treat alcoholic patients for more than sixty years could potentially help treat glioblastom...
- 24 Oct 2012
- News: The challenge of spotting cancers in children
- One Sunday evening in 2008, after giving her one-year-old daughter a bath, Ruth Hillman noticed Georgia’s tummy felt fir…
- News: The cost of surviving cancer – a parent’s view
- Being told that your child has cancer is every parent’s worst nightmare. But 13 years ago, one of our press office…
- News: The queen in the hive – scientists find more evidence for cancer stem cells
- Biology has its share of contentious issues, and the existence of cancer ‘stem cells’ – treatment-resistant cells at the…
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