Published in Cancer Weekly, June 24th, 2003
The 1-year project, led by Christopher Jones in the School of Nursing in collaboration with Dr. Michael Symonds in the division of child health and Dr. David Walker at the University's Children's Brain Tumor Research Centre, will look at whether growth hormone plays a part in tumors spontaneously getting better.
The researchers are looking at neuroblastoma, which accounts for around 6% of all childhood cancers. Around 100 children develop neuroblastoma each year in the...
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