Cancer Research Launch new study called TRACERx

The BBC has reported that Cancer Research UK, is launching a new study called TRACERx that will track how lung tumours develop and evolve as patients receive their treatment. The study will run for 9 years and will cost an estimated £14 million.

Specialists from Aberdeen Royal infirmary and other researchers from across the UK will combine together along with 850 volunteers sufferers to take part in the study.

Some 42,000 people are diagnosed with lung cancer in the UK every year, with about 35,000 deaths from the disease.


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