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Two new cancer research papers

LHCS academics have recently published a new paper in the journal Molecular Oncology identifying an evolutionary conserved long non-coding RNA that drives the progression of neuroendocrine prostate cancer (the most lethal form of this disease).

In addition, Dr Francesco Crea has also recently contributed to a publication in Cancer Letters reviewing the role of long non-coding RNAs in the resistance cancer cells to the chemotheraputic agent doxorubicin. 


Funding success: Understanding radio resistance in paediatric brain cancer

LHCS researchers Golding, Crea, Bacon and Stramek have assembled an international team to examine the genetic changes that occur in response to radiotherapy in the highly aggressive childhood brain cancer, known as DIPG.

1st July 2021
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