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We aim to improve the detection of cancer at its earliest stages to aid cure.
In prostate cancer we are also researching methods to help identify those patients who can most benefit from aggressive therapies.
ResearchersDr Mark Williams Prof. Mette Mogensen Prof. Tamas Dalmay Dr Amit Sachdeva Dr Darrell Green Dr Daniel Holyoake Dr Debashis Biswas Mr Edward Cheong Dr Gaurav Kapur Dr Jennifer Garioch Prof. Marc Montcrieff Dr Richard Tighe Mr Robert Mills Dr Robert Wade Dr Anja Mueller Prof. Vincent Moulton Prof. Colin Cooper Dr Linda Birt Dr Rachel Hurst Dr David Monk Prof. Manfred Bochmann Prof. Dylan Edwards Prof. Nathalie Juge Dr Tamás Korcsmáros Dr Maria Jose Marin Mr Simon Pain Dr Simon Rushbrook Prof. Federica Di Palma Dr Wilfried Haerty Dr Barbara Jennings Dr Donnie Cameron Prof. Glyn Johnson Dr Jeremy Clark Dr Arne Juette Denise Marshall Mark Gilham Prof. Richard Ball Dr Richard Goodwin Mr Timothy Duncan Tina Lucie-Smith Dr Leonardo de Oliveira Martins Dr Daniel Brewer Dr Rianne Lord Prof. Charles Brearley Dr Ian Beales Dr Yimin Chao Dr Valeriia Haberland Dr María Paz Muñoz
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Research reveals why some prostate cancers are more aggressive
Researchers at the University of East Anglia have discovered why some prostate cancers are more aggressive, spread to different parts of the body, and ultimately cause death.
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Big C announces new cancer research and equipment grants
Norfolk and Waveney cancer charity, Big C, has announced their latest round of grant awards for cancer research and equipment projects taking place at the Norwich Research Park totalling over £332,000