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Beating blood cancer: how decades of research makes us excited about the future
Last week Professor Pamela Kearns, one of the UK’s leading blood cancer researchers, gave a talk at St James’s Palace about the progress we’ve made in blood cancer research, and why we believe blood cancer can be beaten in the next few decades.
Updated 05 Nov 2018
A day in the life: Edwige Voisset, acute myeloid leukaemia researcher
Dr Edwige Voisset is a Bloodwise-funded Research Associate at King’s College London, where she researches acute promyelocytic leukaemia (APL), a type of acute myeloid leukaemia. Below, she tells us about being inspired by her work with the late Professor David Grimwade, the joys and difficulties of lab work, and the amazing story of why APL, once one of the deadliest forms of blood cancer, can now be cured in most cases.
Updated 19 Oct 2018
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