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Dr James Brenton- Clinical Implications of Intra-Tumoural Heterogeneity for Personalised Therapy in High-Grade Serous Ovarian Cancer.

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Tuesday 4th March (7:00pm-8:00pm) – Dr James Brenton- Clinical Implications of Intra-Tumoural Heterogeneity for Personalised Therapy in High-Grade Serous Ovarian Cancer.

Light refreshments will be served after the talk.

Dr Brenton is a Senior Research Group Leader at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute and is currently an important figure in the field of Ovarian Cancer with a major research interest of identification of molecular mechanisms of treatment resistance in ovarian cancer. We are delighted that he is going to give a talk on heterogeneity within individual ovarian tumours, and the implications of this for treatment, a subject that should help to show the importance of studying the genetics of cancer to medics of all year groups.

This talk is part of the Caius MedSoc Talks: A Timeline of Medicine series.

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