Henry Winter's blog posts
Cutting edge research from our researchers
This blog takes a look at some of the scientific papers published since the beginning of the year that were a result of research funded by Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research. First, a quick intro... The peer review process
Breakthrough in understanding of rare lymphoma
A breakthrough in understanding of a rare form of blood cancer could lead to significant improvements in treatment for patients. Scientists from the University of Southampton announced their findings at a prestigious scientific conference in San Fransisco on Sunday 7 December.
Garrie Talbot’s story
“It all happened the week ending the 19th April 2013. On the Tuesday I was walking up the steps to the 9th floor of a car park in Leicester after a manager's meeting at head office. By the time I reached the 5th floor I was really out of breath.
Drug shows potential for treatment of childhood leukaemia
Over a third of children with leukaemia whose disease returns after treatment could benefit from a drug designed to treat colon, skin and lung cancer.
Study offers clues to how breast implants may cause lymphoma
Researchers at the University of Cambridge, together with colleagues specialising in plastic surgery or histopathology in Austria, Australia, Liverpool and Swansea, have identified clues to explain how breast implants may, on very rare occasions, contribute to the development of lymphoma.