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The first clinical trial of a completely novel and unprecedented approach to modifying the progression of Alzheimer's disease has opened at UCLH.
Researchers can now get career points for attending one of the BRC’s award-winning workshops on public and patient involvement in research.
Researchers have discovered that immune cells in the urine of patients with bladder cancer mirror immune cells in the tumour.
50 A-level students sponsored by the BRC have celebrated successfully completing summer lab placements at UCL at a special event in King’s Cross.
Researchers have shown a simple blood test can detect the earliest changes caused by Huntington’s disease, even before brain scans can pick up any signs. Researchers hope the test will help develop drugs and treatments to slow the incurable and fatal brain disorder.
Ground-breaking CAR T-cell therapy will be given to children with cancer in the NHS for the first time, NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens has announced.

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