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Lighting Up Tumour Treatments

The Perrier Lab have just published a new study in Angewandte Chemie which shows how polymeric nanotubes can be designed to switch their fluorescence on as they deliver a commercial anticancer drug (doxorubicin), thereby permitting the in-situ visualization of drug release. By this method, we can both treat a cancer tumour and show where the tumour is located. These theranostic systems (from therapeutic and diagnostic) form a new approach to drug delivery.

Read the paper here.

Thu 20 Jan 2022, 12:48 | Tags: GPP GRPNews

Immunotherapy combination could be alternative to ‘Extreme’ chemotherapy in some head and neck cancers

An immunotherapy combination could be better than standard ‘Extreme’ chemotherapy as first-line treatment for some patients with relapsed or metastatic head and neck cancer, or both, a major phase III trial suggests.

Tue 12 Oct 2021, 13:19 | Tags: GPP GRPNews Health GRP

WMAHSN - Bridging the Gap Midlands

This event brings together AHSNs from across the Network and key organisation that we work with, to provide a range of insights, 1:1 confidential advice sessions, workshops and networking opportunities.

Wed 23 Oct 2019, 11:28 | Tags: GPP GRPNews Health GRP