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in the fight against blood cancers
Focus on new blood cancer treatment
Right now, cancer research is rapidly growing with the support and introduction of new technology into human genes. Just imagine a treatment that is tailored or personalised to match your type of cancer as well as your personal genetic profile. Well, it’s not a distant dream and it is certainly no research black hole as...Read More
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What is blood cancer?
Blood cancers are common genetic diseases, but not in the sense that they're conditions you inherit from your parents. Rather, blood cancers are caused by the genes.Read More
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Dr Stephen Nutt is a recipient of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society – Snowdome Foundation – Leukaemia Foundation Translational Research Project Grant. He is an immunologist that has looked at cell survival and turned it on its head to see how he can then kill cells. His research is fascinating and hopefully it will result in a breakthrough for the treatment of multiple myeloma. Q.Your area of research speciality is...
Dr Charles Mullighan talks about his translational research project into acute lymphoblastic leukaemiaDr Charles Mullighan is an Australian who found his way to the USA to pursue his passion for research into leukaemia. Charles is leading...
Dr Ashwin Unnikrishnan is one of the recipients of the “Leukemia & Lymphoma Society-Snowdome Foundation-Leukaemia Foundation (LLS-SF-LF) Translational Research Project” Grants. His project is...