Thousands of breast cancer sufferers carry ‘survival’ protein


The Centre hit the news both online and in print in the Telegraph today; having discovered that around 60 per cent of women carry high levels of a protein known as ‘DACH1’ and are likely to survive even without aggressive treatment.

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Science, but not as we know it


Just been to see Cirque du Soleil for the fourth time – and apart from the amazing acrobatics, crazy contortionists and terrifying trapeze work, I am always struck by the incredible engineering and the sheer scale of the production.

A Meeting of Minds


Two great brains met today for the first time, at the John van Geest Cancer Research Centre.
Professor Bob Rees, Director of the Centre, welcomed Dr Stewart Adams to the centre to give a Q&A session to students.

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