January 2012 podcast
This month we hear how funding has been boosted for UK cancer trials, there are just 100 days until tobacco displays are removed, and scientists uncover clues to understanding why some breast cancers are resistant to treatment.
Plus, we discuss reports that processed meat increases pancreatic cancer risk, take a look at the latest progress in immunotherapy, and get a glimpse of what 2012 holds for some of our top researchers.
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