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  • 13 Jun 2017
    By Destroyer of furries (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
    Caterina A. M. La Porta, Stefano Zapperi

    The Cancer Stem Cell Theory – A Physics Approach

    Complexity of cancer stem cells evolution and precision medicine Understanding how tumours grow and develop is a key objective in cancer research. It is, however, an extremely complex problem that needs an interdisciplinary approach where biomedical researchers work side by side with scientists from hard disciplines such as physics (see our latest book: The Physics […]

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  • 19 Dec 2013
    The Procession of the Trojan Horse in Troy - Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, 1773. Public Domain.
    Robin Hesketh

    Shakespeare, wooden horses, and leukaemia

    Robin Hesketh, author of Introduction to Cancer Biology, turns to Shakespeare and Trojan Horses of Troy, to talk about advances in leukaemia research.

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  • 29 Aug 2013
    Roulette Wheel. Photo: clry2 via CreativeCommons
    Robin Hesketh

    Genetic roulette in a new world

    Dr Robin Hesketh, author of Introduction to Cancer Biology, looks at the impact of genetic sequencing on finding a cure for leukaemia.

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