Sheffield Cancer Research
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Professor James Catto receives 'Life Time Achievement Award' for bladder and prostate cancer research
Professor James Catto has been honoured with a 'Life Time Achievement Award' from the European Association of Urology in recognition of his longstanding and important contribution to urological practice and care.Published by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals
Sheffield researchers use pioneering technology to exploit DNA repair in brain tumour cells to explore new treatments for glioblastoma
New research conducted by researchers at the University of Sheffield and funded by The Brain Tumour Charity aims to find weaknesses in the ability of glioma cells to repair their DNA and survive treatment.
Revolutionary new bone cancer drug could save children's lives
A new drug that works against the main types of primary bone cancer has been developed by researchers at the University of East Anglia and University of Sheffield.
Marcus Cumberbatch awarded Hunterian Professorship for work on social inequality and cancer
Mr Marcus Cumberbatch, from the University of Sheffield’s Department of Oncology and Metabolism, has been recognised with the Hunterian Professorship for his groundbreaking work on how social inequality affects cancer outcomes.