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Public Lectures on Cancer Research at Bath
Fri 21 April 2017, 15:00 – 17:00 BST
Two free lectures are open to the public as part of an international cancer research symposium.
Cancer Research at Bath (Cr@b) is hosting the symposium to highlight the greatest advances in cancer research and how this has led to improved detection and treatment.
The symposium is aimed at academic researchers but the final session of the event will be opened up to members of the public interested in advances in cancer research.
The two public lectures are:
'Using Aspirin for Preventing and Treating Cancer'
by Dr Gareth Morgan
'Patient-led Cancer Care and Personalised Medicine'
by Professor Gordon McVie
Cancer Research at Bath (CR@B) is a network linking scientists involved in various aspects of cancer research within the University of Bath and clinicians at the Royal United Hospital Bath NHS Foundation Trust. The network delivers collaborative interdisciplinary research and has served as a platform to promote awareness of cancer research, expertise and facilities across the region including with other university partners through GW4Cancer.
The two lectures are free - only registration is needed.
We hope to see you there.