Bowel cancer ‘breakthrough’ at Queen’s University 

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Bowel cancer ‘breakthrough’ at Queen’s University 

New research offers hope for bowel cancer.

New research led by scientists at Queen’s University Belfast is being described as a “breakthrough” discovery in the fight against bowel cancer.

Bowel cancer is the fourth most commonly diagnosed cancer in the UK and the second leading cause of cancer death.

It’s a difficult cancer for clinicians to treat and currently all patients are offered chemotherapy.

While chemotherapy may work for some, for other patients it has no effect.

Those patients may also suffer debilitating side effects.

Read full article: Bowel cancer ‘breakthrough’ at Queen’s University – BBC News

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