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Europe will face a cancer epidemic in the next decade if weaknesses in cancer health systems and cancer research are not urgently addressed, say the authors of a major new report.

Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia microscope analysis

A new method for risk stratifying patients with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia could allow healthcare professionals to better guide their treatment plans for improved patient outcomes.

Jessica Jaffrey being presented a prize cheque for £1,000 by one of the judging panel in front of the audience of the Monty Lowosky Memorial Lecture

The Annual Monty Losowsky Memorial Lecture returned to campus on Thursday 13 October.

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Dentists could increase the number of patients they see and reduce the risk of COVID-19 through using an electric dental drill at higher speeds.

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A three-year pilot study will see elderly cancer patients wear fitness trackers to help shape cancer treatment.