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El profesor e investigador mundial líder en cáncer, Paul Workman, se une a The Innovation Debate 2012
Date:11/20/2012

al Marsden Hospital y de su aproximación de tipo 'desde las pruebas hasta la cama', el ICR es capaz de crear y proporcionar resultados de una forma en la que las otras instituciones no pueden. Juntas, las dos organizaciones están integradas dentro de los cuatro mejores centros mundiales dedicados al cáncer.

El ICR cuenta con un registro impresionante de logros que data de hace más de 100 años. Proporciona la primera evidencia convincente de que el daño en el ADN es la causa básica del cáncer, estableciendo la base de la idea universalmente aceptada de que el cáncer es una enfermedad genética. Actualmente es líder en el mundo en el aislamiento de los genes relacionados con el cáncer y el descubrimiento de nuevos fármacos contra el cáncer para tratamientos personalizados contra el cáncer.

Como colegio de la University of London, el ICR proporciona formación superior postgraduado de distinción internacional. Posee una distinción caritativa y se basa n el apoyo de las organizaciones socio, caritativas y personas en general.

La misión del ICR es hacer descubrimientos que derroten al cáncer.

Para más información visite http://www.icr.ac.uk


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