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Intensity of radical resection for lung cancer in relation to survival outcomes in England

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Henrik Mller1, Ruth Jack1, Karen Linklater1, Victoria Coupland1, Elizabeth Davies1, Mick Peake2

1King's College London, Thames Cancer Registry, London, UK, 2National Cancer Intelligence Network, London, UK


The mitochondrial ATP transporter VDAC1 /Porin is required for TRAIL-induced apoptosis in non-small cell lung cancer

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Alex Chacko, Ian Paul, Fabio Liberante, Dean Fennell

Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, UK


Introduction: New strategies for improving prognosis in breast cancer

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Ian Smith

The Institute of Cancer Research, Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton, UK


Patients report improvements in continuity of care when quality of life assessments are used routinely in oncology practice: secondary outcomes of a randomised controlled trial

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Galina Velikova1, Ada Keding1, Clare Harley1, Kim Cocks2, Adam Smith3, Laura Booth1, Penny Wright1, Peter Selby1, Julia Brown2

1St James's Institute of Oncology, University of Leeds, UK, 2Clinical Trials Research Unit, University of Leeds, UK, 3Centre for Health & Social Care, University of Leeds, UK


Auto-antibodies in breast cancer: a new diagnostic tool?

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John Robertson

University of Nottingham, UK


Introduction – Infection and cancer: epidemiology, biology and prevention

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Lawrence Young

University of Birmingham, UK


Combined targeted therapies in breast cancer

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Stephen Johnston

The Institute of Cancer Research, Royal Marsden Hospital, Sutton, UK


Molecular epidemiology of infection-related cancer

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Charles Rabkin

Viral Epidemiology Branch, National Cancer Institute, USA


Bone targeted therapy: modifying the soil to prevent metastatic seeding

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Robert Coleman

Cancer Research Centre, Weston Park Hospital, University of Sheffield, UK


Role of KSHV infection in the pathogenesis of sarcoma and lymphoma

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Thomas Schulz

Hannover Medical School, Germany


Understanding how pioneer factors regulate estrogen receptor function in breast cancer cells

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Jason S Carroll, Kelly A Holmes

Cancer Research UK/Cambridge Research Institute, Cambridge, UK


Helicobacter pylori infection and gastric cancer: from cause to cure

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Jean Crabtree

Leeds Institute for Molecular Medicine, University of Leeds, UK


Merkel cell polyomavirus in Merkel cell carcinoma: pilot project to develop biomarkers for validation in a subsequent clinical trial

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Simon Chanas1, David Blackbourn1, Rachel Wheat1, Ditte Hedegaard1, Claudia Roberts2, Naiem Moiemen2, Margaret Sherman2, Mark Pritchard1, Jane Steele1, Jeremy Marsden2, Neil Steven1

1University of Birmingham, UK, 2University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham, UK


Regulation of glucose and energy metabolism by Hypoxia-Inducible Factor 1

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Gregg Semenza

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA


Genotype-phenotype-proteotype analysis in 358 patients with germline mutations in SDHB and SDHD

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Christopher Ricketts1, Julia Forman2, Eleanor Rattenbury3, Nicola Bradshaw4, Fiona MacDonald3, Eamonn Maher1

1CR-UK Renal Molecular Oncology Group, Medical & Molecular Genetics, University of Birmingham, UK, 2University of Cambridge, UK, 3West Midlands Region Genetics Service, Birmingham Womens Hospital, UK, 4Duncan Guthrie Institute of Medical Genetics, Yorkhill Hospital, Glasgow, UK


Inhibition of pyruvate dehydrogenase kinase activity promotes apoptosis in colorectal cancer cells

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B Madhok, S Yeluri, S Perry, TA Hughes, DG Jayne

The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, University of Leeds, Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK


Lactate dehydrogenase-5 is an independent prognostic factor in colorectal cancer: implications for future therapies

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S Yeluri1, P Prasad3, B Madhok1, H Thorpe4, SL Perry2, TA Hughes2, KR Prasad1, P Quirke2, DG Jayne1

1Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine, University of Leeds & St. James's University Hospital, Leeds, UK, 2Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine, University of Leeds, UK, 3St.James's University Hospital, Leeds, UK, 4Clinical Trials Research Unit, University of Leeds, UK


Introduction – Improving patient care: quality assurance of psychological care

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Michael Sharpe

University of Edinburgh, UK


SMaRT quality assurance: making sure the treatment given is the treatment intended

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Jane Walker

University of Edinburgh, UK


Introduction – From the genome to the clinic: connecting data for better health

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Sir Alex Markham1 and Julie Clifton2
1University of Leeds, UK; and 2NCRI Consumer Liaison Group, UK

This symposium, jointly hosted by NCIN and the NCRI Informatics Initiative, will look at different means of utilising the increasing quantity of routine and research data available about cancer patients to directly improve outcomes from the disease.


Maintaining the quality of a complex behavioural intervention to promote early presentation of cancer in a randomised controlled trial

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Amanda Ramirez

Guys, Kings and St Thomas School of Medicine, London, UK


Cancer registries and the electronic health record

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Eric Holowaty

Cancercare, Ontario, Canada


Quality issues in complex intervention randomised controlled trials

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John Norrie

Robertson Centre for Biostatistics, University of Glasgow, UK


Connecting from primary to secondary care: the data experience

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Tjeerd van Staa

General Practice Research Database, UK


Training health professionals to deliver an intervention to promote early presentation of breast cancer: a pilot study in the NHS Breast Screening Programme

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Caroline Burgess, Emma Teasdale, Lynne Omar, Lorraine Tucker, Amanda Ramirez

Institute of Psychiatry/Kings College London, London, UK


Data sharing and health outcomes

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Stephen Friend

Merck, USA


Cognitive behaviour therapy for menopausal symptoms following breast cancer treatment

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Myra Hunter

King's College London, London, UK


Integration, analysis and meta-mining of data to aid disease diagnosis, prognosis and treatment response

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Marketa Zvelebil1, Costas Mitsopoulos2

1Breakthrough Breast Cancer Research, London, UK, 2Institute for Cancer Research, London, UK


Tricyclic antidepressants protect against glioma and colorectal cancer

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Alex Walker1, Kenneth Muir2, Timothy Bates3, Timothy Card1

1The University of Nottingham, UK, 2Royal College of Medicine, London, UK, 3New-Use Therapeutics Limited, Nottingham, UK


Trends in laparoscopic colorectal tumour resections across England between 1998 and 2006

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Thomas Clarke, Phil Quirke, David Forman, James Thomas, Eva Morris

University of Leeds, UK


Introduction: Hypoxia and the Warburg effect

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Peter Ratcliffe

University of Oxford, UK


Hypoxia and tumour metabolism: approach towards new anti-cancer targets

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Jacques Pouyssegur

Institute of Signaling, Developmental Biology and Cancer Research, Nice, France


Fumarate hydratase and other genetic insights into tumour metabolism

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Ian Tomlinson

University of Oxford, UK




The need for diseases models with “commons” as a mean to share data

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Stephen Friend
Merck, USA



Utility of circulating tumour cells in drug development for lung cancer

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Caroline Dive
Paterson Institute for Cancer Research, Manchester, UK



Using biomarkers in early stage development

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Josep Tabernero
Vall d'Hebron University Hospital, Barcelona, Spain



Introduction: Societal attitudes to death and dying

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Mike Richards1 and Teresa Tate2
1National Cancer Director (England), UK, and 2Marie Curie Cancer Care, UK



Using biomarkers in early stage development

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Josep Tabernero
Vall d'Hebron University Hospital, Barcelona, Spain



Using biomarkers in early stage development

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Josep Tabernero
Vall d'Hebron University Hospital, Barcelona, Spain



Introduction: Societal attitudes to death and dying

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Mike Richards1 and Teresa Tate2
1National Cancer Director (England), UK, and 2Marie Curie Cancer Care, UK



Introduction: Societal attitudes to death and dying

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Mike Richards1 and Teresa Tate2
1National Cancer Director (England), UK, and 2Marie Curie Cancer Care, UK



The need for diseases models with “commons” as a mean to share data

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Stephen Friend
Merck, USA



Utility of circulating tumour cells in drug development for lung cancer

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Caroline Dive
Paterson Institute for Cancer Research, Manchester, UK



Using biomarkers in early stage development

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Josep Tabernero
Vall d'Hebron University Hospital, Barcelona, Spain



Introduction: Societal attitudes to death and dying

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Mike Richards1 and Teresa Tate2
1National Cancer Director (England), UK, and 2Marie Curie Cancer Care, UK



The need for diseases models with “commons” as a mean to share data

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Stephen Friend
Merck, USA



Utility of circulating tumour cells in drug development for lung cancer

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Caroline Dive
Paterson Institute for Cancer Research, Manchester, UK



Using biomarkers in early stage development

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Josep Tabernero
Vall d'Hebron University Hospital, Barcelona, Spain



Introduction: Societal attitudes to death and dying

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Mike Richards1 and Teresa Tate2
1National Cancer Director (England), UK, and 2Marie Curie Cancer Care, UK



The need for diseases models with “commons” as a mean to share data

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Stephen Friend
Merck, USA