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Blood cancers- we’re making a difference

Published December 15, 2014 by Worldwide Cancer Research

Every day, 70 people in the UK are told they have a blood cancer. We’re working to change this. Right now we have 22 active research projects all making progress against blood cancers.
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‘Double-agent’ molecules could undermine cancer

Published December 10, 2014 by Worldwide Cancer Research

Professor Pascal Meier and his team at the Institute of Cancer Research in London are using their new Worldwide Cancer Research grant to investigate if cell molecules which normally support cancer growth could be persuaded to switch to work against cancer.
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The ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ of prostate cancer

Published December 01, 2014 by Worldwide Cancer Research

Researchers who have uncovered the ‘monstrous’ hidden nature of a molecule involved in prostate cancer say the findings could herald a new form of personalised medicine for patients.
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Published November 27, 2014 by Worldwide Cancer Research

#GivingTuesday (2nd December) is a global day of giving. After the sales of Black Friday and the online shopping boom on Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday is an opportunity to come together to show the world why it’s good to give.
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Can a molecular ‘road block’ beat cancer?

Published November 25, 2014 by Worldwide Cancer Research

One of our newest grant holders, Dr Vassiliki Kostourou in Athens, is finding ways to block vital blood supply to tumours.
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