University of Leeds - Cancer experts join forces

November 20, 2008

A new £2.7 million cancer research centre is to be set up at the University of Leeds. The Pre-Cancer Genomics Centre, which is funded by the charity Yorkshire Cancer Research, will help to seek out the earliest signs of cancer. It will provide seven new scientific posts, and its research will initially focus on lung cancer. It will bring together researchers from different parts of the university, including the Leeds Institute of Molecular Medicine and St James's University Hospital.

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