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Early Detection Seminar: The PUR (Prostate Urine Risk) biomarker for prostate cancer detection and prognosis

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As part of our international early detection seminar series we are delighted to bring you an in-person event! Following the talk we hope that you will join us for refreshments and networking in the Cambridge Institute Gallery Area.

Dr Jeremy Clark, Senior Research Associate, Norwich School of Medicine, will speak on ‘The PUR (Prostate Urine Risk) biomarker for prostate cancer detection and prognosis’.

About the Speaker Jeremy Clark is Senior Research Associate in the Norwich Medical School at UEA . His research is in the diagnosis of, and the prediction of treatments for, prostate cancer. He is working on a urine-based test for prostate cancer to make detection easier compared with the commonly-used and more invasive or less reliable methods through, for example, biopsies and MRI scanning. His work – involving a multi-university team from seven countries – has been funded by the Movember Europe charity.

Link to information on Movember website: https://uk.movember.com/story/view/id/11862/new-prostate-cancer-test-will-transform-treatment

This talk is part of the Early Cancer Institute Seminar Series series.

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