A new way of mass-producing cancer drugs has been shown to also improve their effectiveness in work published this month by a collaboration between Against Breast Cancer scientists at the University of Oxford and in Germany. Currently, human cell lines are used to produce almost all commercially available antibody treatments in order to ensure that …Read more
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Congratulations to our Research Fellow Dr Crispin and colleagues as Hansa Medical take their method of improving anti-cancer therapy toward clinical trials. Dr Max Crispin holds the Against Breast Cancer Fellowship in Cancer Therapeutics at Oriel College, Oxford, which was awarded to support Dr Crispin’s work on antibody engineering and the development of novel cancer therapies. …Read more
Already a familiar sight on the highways of Essex and London, the JKS Group have taken delivery of the newest member of their fleet. The pink livery on their new Scania Tipper immediately sets it apart from anything else on the road and will be sure to make heads turn. After Sarah, one of their most experienced …Read more
Since its introduction in 2015, its likely we have all found ourselves being asked at the checkout whether or not we would like a bag for an extra 5p. The effect of the new law has been to reduce usage of carrier bags by around 80%, this in turn has had the effect of reducing …Read more
EastEnders fans have seen Dame Barbara Windsor’s character, Peggy Mitchell, has been diagnosed with secondary breast cancer that has spread to her bones and brain. Secondary breast cancer can be diagnosed many years after seemingly successful treatment for tumours that remained in the breast and this storyline reflects this reality. Peggy was first treated for …Read more