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bone cancer research

Treatment and improved detection of rare bone cancer in children

Our second project, which commenced in July 2017, is researching the treatment and improved detection of osteosarcoma – a rare type of bone cancer that most commonly affects children and young people. There is an urgent requirement to develop novel therapies that target metastatic osteosarcoma. In addition, better detection is pivotal to improving outcomes for […]

15 Jul 2018
Immunotherapy

Immunotherapy to fight childhood brain tumours

Over the last year we have funded a £65,000 project, conducted at the Manchester Cancer Research Centre facilities on The Christie campus in south Manchester, to research the use of immunotherapy to treat childhood brain tumours that have a poor prognosis. The project is investigating the feasibility of using cells called Tumour Infiltrating Lymphocytes (TILs), […]

15 Jul 2018