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Cells gone wild - uncovered

Please note this event takes place on the first floor, sorry there is no step-free access.
Past event - 2016
24 May 7-10 PM
Horse and Stables, 122-124 Westminster Bridge Rd,
London SE1 7RW
Sold Out!
An evening of excellent science, from radioactive molecules to ultrasonic brain treatments, on a quest to find and wipe out those stubborn cancerous cells.

A nuclear chocolate box: tools against cancer

Philip Blower (Professor of Imaging Chemistry and Biology)
Is radioactivity good for you? Come and hear about how radioisotopes can be used to see into our bodies and treat cancer.

Smoking out the rat: cutting-edge research to diagnose cancer

Usman Bashir (Clinical Research Fellow in Cancer Imaging)
The arsenal of a cancer doctor includes not only drugs that target the tumour, but also tests that detect cancer and monitor how it reacts to treatment. Together, we’ll explore the latest cutting-edge research on ever newer radiology tests able to shed some light on cancer development and evolution.

Miraculous waves

Mark Abel (Clinical Research Fellow in Cardiovascular Imaging)
High intensity focused ultrasound: can we treat cancer without chemotherapy or surgery?
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