130 abstracts found.



An ultra-high resolution view of clonal evolution

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Jamie Blundell1
1University of Cambridge

Developing immune stratification for cancer: targeting the tumour microenvironment

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Gareth Thomas1
1University of Southampton

Integration of validated protein biomarkers within Molecular Pathology Diagnostic Service: the challenges

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Phillippe Taniere1
1University Hospital Birmingham

A leader with good emotional Intelligence makes a positive difference to supporting a worker after a cancer diagnosis

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Fehmidah Munir1
1Loughborough University

What works and what doesn’t in cancer pain: A summary of recent clinical trial evidence

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Mike Bennett1
1University of Leeds

Pathophysiology of Cancer Associated Thrombosis

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Simon Noble1
1Cardiff University

Engineering T cells for pediatric cancer immunotherapy

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Stephen Gottschalk1
1St Jude Children's Research Hospital

The case for no surgery

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David Sebag-Montefiore1
1St James' University Hospital

The case for robotics

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Mark Gudgeon1
1Frimley Park Hospital

Cancer evolution across multiple tumour types

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David Wedge1
1University of Oxford

Deep and dense data in cancer imaging

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Julia Schnabel1
1King's College London

Defining the mechanisms and biomarkers of PDGFR inhibitor resistance and response

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Paul Huang1
1The Institute of Cancer Research

Working after a diagnosis of cancer: Why is it important and how can we support it?

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Angela de Boer1
1Academic Medical Center

Phenotypic screening for novel antibody targets in the tumour microenvironment

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Sandrine Legg1
1MedImmune Ltd

The Breast Cancer Weight Loss (BWEL) Trial

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Jennifer Ligibel1
1Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

Physical activity and common cancers: From prevention to survivorship

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John Saxton1
1Northumbria University

Molecular classification of pediatric brain tumors identifies new brain tumor entities

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Marcel Kool1
1German Cancer Research Center DKFZ

Metabolic requirements of prostate cancer pathogenesis and progression

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Arkaitz Carracedo Perez1
1CIC bioGUNE

Heterocellular metabolic crosstalk in pancreatic tumors

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Costas Lyssiotis1
1University of Michigan

Towards Next-Generation Cancer Cell Culture Models

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Mathew Garnett1
1The Wellcome Trust

Helping your patient lose weight – what the busy clinician should do

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Paul Aveyard1
1University of Oxford

Obesity, metabolic dysfunction and cancer: Molecular epidemiologic approaches

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Marc Gunter1
1International Agency for Research on Cancer

Marketing and promotion of obesity in children

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Jyotsna Vohra1
1Cancer Research UK

PET for staging, risk stratification and guiding therapy in lymphoma

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Sally Barrington1
1King's College London

PSMA targeting in prostate cancer

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Matthias Eiber1
1Technical University Munich - Dept. of Nuclear Medicine

Radiotherapy to the post neoadjuvant chemotherapy breast and axilla

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Anna Kirby1
1Royal Marsden Hospital/ Institute of Cancer Research

Pathological consideration in the neoadjuvant setting

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Abeer Shaaban1
1NIHR Clinical Research Network: West Midlands

Identification of exceptional responders in whom breast cancer surgery can be eliminated following neoadjuvant systemic therapy

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Henry Kuerer1
1University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

Fluorescence guided imaging in reconstructive surgery

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Gunther Felmerer1
1University Medicine Göttingen

How strong is the evidence on the role of diet, nutrition, physical activity and cancer?

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Martin Wiseman1
1World Cancer Research Fund