Planned breaks in cancer treatment benefit patients and the NHS
Planned breaks from drug treatments for kidney cancer do not have a meaningful detrimental effect on patients’ life expectancy or quality of life, say doctors.
New gene therapy pathway could protect us from cancer and dementia
Researchers from the University of Sheffield have discovered a new gene therapy pathway that has the potential to protect us against serious life-limiting diseases such as cancer and dementia.
Scientists identify new genetic risk factors for osteoarthritis
Scientists have identified new genetic risk factors for osteoarthritis, which could now be treated with licensed drugs repurposed to target the debilitating condition.
Supporting the future of cardiovascular science: University of Sheffield Professor honoured for outstanding achievement
A cardiovascular scientist from the University of Sheffield has been recognised with a prestigious international award for his pioneering research to identify and treat a major cause of heart disease.