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Cancer


Scope 48 - How it all happens
30 July 2012

Immunotherapy is emerging as one of the most promising alternative approaches to canc...

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Scope 48 - Is cancer contagious?
30 July 2012

No, cancer is not contagious in humans. Yet, the strategies used by our immune system...

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Scope 48 - A patient's perspective
30 July 2012

Two years ago, I attended the opening of the Keith & Faith Taylor Cancer Research Lab...

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Scope 48 - Major milestones in our cancer vaccine
30 July 2012

1994 The arrival of Prof Franca Ronchese sees a new direction for the Malaghan Instit...

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How a relative of TB could help treat cancer
21 June 2012

Being infected with a relative of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative agent of ...

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Scope 47 - Why cancer research?
20 April 2012

With cancer being a leading cause of death worldwide[1], it seems obvious that it wou...

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Scope 47 - Using Vitamin C to boost radiation therapy
20 April 2012

Researchers have found evidence that high dose vitamin C could make brain tumours mor...

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Scope 47 - Pulling the plug on cancer
20 April 2012

If you have ever experienced the frustration of a power outage you can appreciate how...

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Scope 47 - The scientists behind our cancer research
20 April 2012

Professor Mike Berridge's history with the Malaghan Institute dates back to the late ...

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Scope 47 - Can we treat cancer with bacteria?
20 April 2012

The potential of using bacteria to treat cancer has long been recognised, but can we ...

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