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Casualty star George Rainsford’s 5 tips for training for your next big run
As he prepares to run the Great South Run in October, George Rainsford, who plays Ethan Hardy in Casualty and has starred in Call the Midwife, shares his advice for training for your next big run while managing your busy life
Updated 24 Sep 2018
Stand up for blood cancer: a history of Bloodwise’s relationship with comedy
Since Bloodwise began as the Leukaemia Research Fund in 1960, an array of comedians and comic actors have helped us fund research with laughter, including legendary double act Morecambe and Wise, Simpsons star Harry Shearer and cult stand up Daniel Kitson.
Updated 16 Oct 2018
Another CAR-T treatment provisionally turned down for use on NHS
The NHS medicines watchdog has provisionally recommended that a treatment called Kymriah, which uses the immune system to fight cancer, should not be made available to treat people with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) who do not respond to standard treatments.
A day in the life: Pedro Santos e Sousa, graft versus host disease researcher
Dr Pedro Santos e Sousa is a Bloodwise-funded Research Associate at University College London, where he works on graft-versus-host disease, a potentially life-threatening condition which can affect people who have had a stem cell transplant. Below, he tells us about training as a medical doctor and as a blood cancer researcher, his work in Professor Ronjon Chakraverty’s lab In the Institute of Immunity and Transplantation at University College London, and going hiking with his family.
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