Coverage from the Guernsey Press https://guernseypress.com/news/2023/04/24/phd-student-will-use-covid-virus-to-develop-cancer-jab/
Coverage from Technology Networks https://www.technologynetworks.com/biopharma/news/anti-cancer-antibodies-boosted-by-reducing-their-grip-369804
Dr Juliet Gray, Associate Professor and Consultant in Paediatric Oncology, at the Centre for Cancer Immunology has recently backed a Daily Express campaign for Britain to fund research into a promising cancer vaccine that could save hundreds of young lives. https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/1721627/cancer-experts-neuroblastoma-vaccine-jab-research
Our trans-Atlantic Neuroblastoma trial was featured on Channel 4 News.
NEW WAYS to treat cancer will be the focus of a talk by Professor Tim Elliott in Guernsey
Asbestos causes the very difficult to treat cancer, mesothelioma. But a new cancer immunotherapy drug, being trialed by the University of Southampton may be able to fight it.
Charlotte Moss, one of the University of Southampton’s cancer immunology clinical trial patients, is running the ABP Southampton 10k, celebrating being over 5 years’ clear of skin cancer.
The campaign is delighted to be named the Lead Local Charity for the ABP Southampton Marathon. Read this article, from the Echo, featuring more details and comments from Centre Director, Professor Tim Elliott.
Ahead of the cancer immunology talk at Les Cotils (taking place 21 September), Jersey Press talked to Southampton consultant oncologist Dr Andy Davies and Professor Tim Elliott about the new Centre for Cancer Immunology and what it will mean for the future of cancer treatment.
Guernsey residents are invited to join local cancer specialists at a talk this month about Southampton’s new Centre for Cancer Immunology. Read this Guernsey Press article about the Centre, how Jersey resident, Xano, overcome childhood cancer through immunology, and details of the event on the 21 September.