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Using genomes and networks to catch cancer early

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Join the Early Detection programme of the CRUK Cambridge Centre for the first in a series of ideas sharing events to encourage collaboration between clinicians and basic scientists. These events build on our recently published infographics factsheets, which highlight key areas of physical sciences research in Cambridge that could in future improve early cancer detection.

Speakers: Professor Sir Bruce Ponder Emeritus Professor of Oncology and Founding Director of CRUK Cambridge Centre & Dr Florian Markowetz Group Leader, CRUK Cambridge Institute

This talk is part of the Clinicians meet STEM Scientists series.

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