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Scientists have found a new way to predict which myeloma patients will benefit the most from a treatment often used to help keep the blood cancer from coming back after a stem cell transplant.

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A decade-long international study into kidney cancer has shown that doctors can predict the likelihood of a patient’s disease returning by looking at DNA mutations in their tumours.

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Dr Steve Griffin authors this 'The Conversation' piece on the vaccine booster campaign.

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The life-changing impact of cancer research done at the University is being celebrated on the first anniversary of the Leeds Cancer Research Centre.

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The typical person living with arthritis in the UK is 20% less likely to be in work than their equivalent without the condition, new research shows.