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Radiation Overdose at the Beatson Oncology Centre

Radiotherapy is used in the treatment of different types of cancer. The Beatson Oncology cancer centre in Glasgow is said to have given overdose of radiation to about 39 people over// a period of 20 years. But only one case has surfaced which has led to the inquiry of the overdose in the case of a ...

McGill researchers link enzyme to breast cancer malignancy

...earch, led by Dr. William Muller along with colleagues from McGill and the beatson Institute for Cancer Research in Scotland was published the week of Novemb..." with current technology. Dr. Muller cautions that this study like the beatson Institute's earlier research linking FAK to tumour progression in skin carc...

"Cell Suicide Bombers" to Stop Cancer Growth

...cer cells to commit suicide, it has been reported. Researchers at the beatson Institute for Cancer Research at Glasgow say that in experiments on mice, t...tive activation of a gene called p73 caused cell death in tumors. The beatson facility, only recently thrown open, is touted as the most advanced cancer ...

Radiotherapy Centers in Scotland Undergo Inspection

...itted during the transcribing of a computer-generated treatment plan at the beatson oncology center in Glasgow. Therefore in January she was made to undergo 1...ocked and disappointed at what has happened. Part of that shock is that the beatson is such a big part of the cancer service. It is an important job and we do ...

Cancer patient Dies of Massive Radiation Overdose

... diagnosed with a brain tumor in October last year. She was admitted to the beatson Oncology Centre in Glasgow, Scotland's largest cancer hospital, which has a...e Scottish Executive has launched an investigation into the overdose at the beatson centre that is run by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. A spokeswoman said ye...

Mouth Cancer Develops In Two Different Ways

... Researchers at Glasgow's beatson Institute have found that mouth cancer develops in two specific ways rather than from a single mechanism as previously believed. //The study done for ...

‘Radiation Overdose Girl’ Is Picking Up the Threads of Her Lie

...ng her 16th birthday soon. Lisa Norris from Girvan in Ayrshire, in a case of human error, was administered a radiation overdose 17 times at the beatson Oncology Centre in Glasgow. She was being treated for brain tumor. Ken Norris, Lisa's father, said,” Although she still has scars on the back on...

Teenager Shows Signs Of Recovery after Receiving Massive Dose of Radiation

... Lisa Norris, 15, received 17 overdoses of radiation therapy at the beatson Oncology Centre in Glasgow during treatment for a brain tumor. // The Ayrshire teenager is now being treated in a hyperbaric chamber at Ninewells Hos...

Inhuman Error: Medicine Becomes Poison, Causing Death

...ars, Thomas Bryan, has said that he is waiting for some answers before he gives his statement to the police. This case is close on the heels of the beatson Oncology Centre case in Glasgow, when a girl of 15 was administered potentially lethal doses of radiation. The Scottish Executive Health Departmen...

Human Error: Teenager’s Renewed Zest for Life Nose-Dive

...old teenager from Ayrshire, was given radiation therapy, for brain tumor at beatson Oncology Centre, Glasgow. //After a brief reprieve, she was awakened to a r...tigation has already started and Professor Alan Rodger, medical director at beatson Oncology Centre, Scotland's largest cancer centre, has deeply regretted the...
Beatson in Medical Technology

Scottish Scientists Test ‘Secret Weapon’ Against Tumours

...method of attacking cancer cells. They report the findings in the Journal of Clinical Investigation* today (Thursday). A team of scientists from the beatson Institute for Cancer Research gave mice a chemical that caused cancer cells to commit suicide, significantly slowing the growth of the tumours they we...
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