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Neth. Cancer Inst.
The Netherlands Cancer Institute (NKI): for more than 100 years at the international forefront of cancer research and treatment. Our Dutch account is .
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Cell Reports Medicine Nov 12
Welcome to one of our newest advisory board members, Dr Marleen Kok! One of her goals is to explore how we should combine with conventional treatments that can be such as certain , , or .
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Nov 23
Replying to @TassosPerrakis
Hang on in there Tassos. ☕💌
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Radiology: Artificial Intelligence Nov 10
Doing more with less! How "sparsified" training boosts glioblastoma segmentation
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Hartwig Medical Nov 23
Patholoog Kim Monkhorst: “WIDE toont aan: is klaar voor de implementatie in routine ” Luister de podcast 18 min
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Nov 18
“Thankfully, we saw a tremendous improvement in the survival rates of lung cancer patients,” Tom Konert says. His PhD research focuses on lung cancer treatment in low- and middle-income countries ➡️
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Nov 17
Op dinsdag 24 november organiseert het AVL het eerste online huisartsensymposium 'schildklierkanker'. Tijdens deze online bijeenkomst nemen we huisartsen mee in het behandeltraject van de schildklierpatiënt. Schrijf je nu in ➡️
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Nov 12
MLS is a very rare type of cancer. Rick Haas (a Netherlands Cancer Institute radiotherapist) did manage to set up an international trial, whose findings showed that these patients can be treated effectively with less radiotherapy. ➡️
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Nov 10
. will receive the Early Career Award by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences . Together with her lab, she investigates the way in which genes are regulated to explain the differences between individual cells.
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Nov 5
The Dutch Research Council has granted researcher Hendrik Messal a Veni grant. This allows him to make good use of a fancy technique he developed: 3D whole organ microscopy. " I know this project will be pushing boundaries." ➡️
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Nov 4
Kleopatra Pirpinia brings us one step closer to highly precise tumor imaging. In her PhD research , she researched ways to integrate multiple images of breast tumors into one clear image. ➡️
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Oct 30
Artificial intelligence can benefit cancer research, diagnostics, and treatment. Jonas Teuwen researches ways in which algorithms can support the field. As of this month, he leads his own research group at the Netherlands Cancer Institute. ➡️
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Oct 28
Burning/freezing a kidney tumor, or treating liver metastases with radioactive seeds. Both are examples of interventional oncology: a technique that allows highly precise and minimally invasive treatment. Brigit Aarts defended her thesis on this topic➡️
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Oct 21
wrote about our researchers who has discovered a new location of the salivary glands.
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Leila Akkari Lab Oct 13
- Big Shout-out to these two amazingly talented PhD students, Christel and Awa, working hard to better harness liver (Chris) and brain (A) immune cells for new anti-cancer Tx in our lab. These rock!
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Oct 18
Researchers at the have discovered a new location of the salivary glands. This is potentially great news for patients with head and neck tumors: radiation oncologists will now be able to circumvent this area to avoid potential complications ➡️
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Leila Akkari Lab Oct 9
👏 for putting together this very important overview containing a lot of not-so-uplifting data and facts unfortunately (slowing getting better, but def not there yet..). Also, very glad to see my boss , participating to these discussions!
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Bernard A Fox Oct 3
Prof. Christian Blank opens/Great vision 4 future treatment of /outlines current combos & talks new tu fragment culture method 2 pick treatment/only ? Why no combos? /
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Sep 29
NKI spin-off Immagene was officially launched this month, after a successful fundraise from Oncode Bridge Fund, and . Based on NKI research, Immagene aims to develop new immunotherapies and circumventing resistance. Read more.
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@EULIFEnews Sep 15
🔴Still time to act and join more than 20,000 scientists calling on European and national leaders against cuts on fundamental research ✒️Sign the petition
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Neth. Cancer Inst. Sep 22
How can we adapt radiation therapy to each individual patient? Radiation therapist Olga Hamming-Vrieze defended her doctoral thesis about improved treatment for patients with head and neck cancer ➡️
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