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  • New Era of Precision Medicine for Children with Cancer

    New Era of Precision Medicine for Children with Cancer0

    – NHS pilot found half of children had mutations in their tumours that would be targetable by drugs available for adults – Those children who did receive targeted treatments saw significant benefits – But only 7 per cent of children with ‘clinically actionable’ mutations could access appropriate drugs, partly due to regulatory and funding barriers, and lack of

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  • The Future of Precision Surgery

    The Future of Precision Surgery0

    Healthcare has been notoriously slow to harness the huge technological advancements we have witnessed in the last 25 years. Indeed, much of our current surgical practice remains unchanged in several decades. Whilst we have attempted to make surgical procedures less traumatic by using keyhole instruments where appropriate, the underlying technology behind these minimally-invasive procedures remains

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