Dr. David Bartlett is a Senior Lecturer of Exercise Immunology in the School of Biosciences and Medicine at the University of Surrey, he is also, just for good measure, an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine at the world famous Duke [...]
Ground breaking cancer immunotherapy research at the University of Surrey has received a massive boost thanks to two the Prostate Project and BRIGHT.
We have created a report for the Targeted Cancer Therapy Group at the University of Surrey.
Some forms of cancer can become resistant to hormone therapy.
The best strategies for new treatment remain to be defined, but we need to look beyond traditional chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
The SUN study is an example of a successful project delivered with the support of Prostate Project charity.
Potential targets for novel therapies include proteins involved in cell growth and signalling within the cell.
Cancer immunotherapy is one of the newest and most promising of cancer treatments.
Due to your support, we are funding Phd student, James Thetford. James is investigating the interplay between ethnicity, the microbiome and DNA damage in prostate cancer to understand how the microbiome of different ethnicities influences tumour biology and prostate cancer [...]