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Michael Cousins Dec 4
So inspiring to hear the today at “While the value of early diagnosis cannot be overstated - it is important that patients diagnosed at a late stage are not left behind”
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‘O ka hau’ oli 🌻 Dec 28
Les memories snap>>>>
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APPG on Cancer Dec 4
. reminds delegates that however far we have come the UK still lags behind its European counterparts when it comes to the best survival rates for cancer and we must continue to strive to match the best outcomes in Europe.
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Fran Woodard Dec 4
Britain Against Cancer starts...... great to see so many patients, advocates, clinicians, politicians, charities and NHS colleagues here! Nic Dakin MP opens the event
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CRUK Policy Dec 4
Last but certainly not least at we heard from Cally Palmer, National Cancer Director , about her ambitions to detect more cancers early with the right system in place.
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Akodah Ayewouadan Aug 6
57269 candidats pour le . Force et courage.
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Kashi Labs Nov 3
Dr Corie will be presenting at the Annual Conference. Come visit to learn about clinical applications of Genetic Testing as well as hear more about Women’s Health, Cardiology, Neurology, and more!
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Stephanie Range Aug 16
Great first day with my fabulous team!! Missed and !!! -2019
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raniabettioui Jul 18
i wish all the best for my sister and cosins tomorow 🙏🙏
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INGENIUMS Sep 21
The first days in ESI have always been the most confusing! So in our Talk Day we're gonna help our newbies by showing them some studies-tips, dorms-life hacks.. answering FAQ and providing them with all resources they need to succeed in their ESI journey 😋
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Rob Fuller Dec 4
So important to hear people like talk about their cancer experiences at , but who called this session Question Time and not “Cancer Thinking with Nick Robinson”?
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CTE UK Ltd. Dec 4
Today it is the . Experts and people affected by cancer will discuss the future of cancer care at the one-day Britain Against Cancer Conference 2018 .
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Alexander Martin Jul 26
It is hypocritical of to make a sign in a village in Savoie that reads “à bientôt / a’rvi pà” as if any of the seniors who still know don’t speak French while simultaneously insisting that sections in be left unmarked.
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BreastCancer Chat Ww #BCCWW Dec 4
Well at least mentioned Google and DeepMind.
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Zizou Zinouba Jul 19
i really tried to guide the Students but it saddens me hearing the news but be sure that all for your best all we have been through it and it's a big mess just be Strong and Patient for those who got it congratulations
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Mike Anson Aug 1
Coming soon! Further details and booking opening for the joint BAC/SBA Conference in November
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APPG on Cancer Dec 4
., Chair of the APPG on Cancer, welcomes delegates to Britain Against Cancer 2018, and explains that today is a unique opportunity for the cancer community to come together to discuss and debate the most pressing issues in cancer policy today.
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Kashi Labs Nov 2
Will you be ? Dr Edwards will be there to educate everyone on Mastering the Art of Genetic Testing. Come see us to learn more about what Kashi Clinical Laboratories can offer you!
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Erin Barton Dec 4
Q&A Chaired by today highlighting some of the key issues facing those living with incurable cancer - the importance of holistic needs assessments and access to a CNS that are calling for as part of a
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NUL Transportation Nov 8
Thanks to for this morning’s meeting. We’re hearing from industry experts In logistics, rail, and trucking on a panel, Intermodal Moves: Looking to 2019 and Beyond.
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