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New Breast Scanner First For Northern Ireland

8/12/2016 - Breast cancer patients in Northern Ireland are set to benefit from a new state of the art 3D breast imaging system, the first of its kind available to NHS patients in Northern Ireland, thanks to local charity Friends of the Cancer Centre.

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Precision Oncology Report

precision oncology innovation can deliver new “Health is Wealth” agenda for Northern Ireland

18/11/2016 - Queen’s researchers highlight how precision oncology innovation can deliver a new “Health is Wealth” agenda for Northern Ireland.

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BIG DATA CAN SAVE LIVES, SAYS LEADING QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY CANCER EXPERT

16/05/2016 - The sharing of genetic information from millions of cancer patients around the world could be key to revolutionising cancer prevention and care, according to a leading cancer expert from Queen's University Belfast.

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BELFAST AND LONDON RESEARCHERS JOIN FORCES TO EMBARK ON PIONEERING PROSTATE CANCER STUDY

28/08/2016 - Researchers from Queen’s University and the Institute of Cancer Research in London have received a grant of over £819,000 from Prostate Cancer UK to test a new potential treatment for advanced prostate cancer.

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Call for Applications

CCRCB-Princess Margaret Cancer Centre Clinical Fellowship Programme - Call for Applications

24/01/2017 - Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology - Princess Margaret Cancer Centre Clinical Fellowship Programme in Precision Cancer Medicine

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Fighting Bowel Cancer with Fitness

20/10/2016 - A Queen’s University scientist is bringing a new clinical trial to the UK that could help patients with bowel cancer reduce the risk of their disease coming back after treatment.