Epigenetic heterogeneity in cancer


How does cancer start, spread and respond to therapy?


It’s an exciting time for cancer research. We now have unprecedented insights into the genetic changes that cause cancer to start and spread and have expanded our repertoire of treatments. Yet there remain many unanswered questions that could hold the key to eliminating one of the world’s biggest killers.

Whether it’s using artificial intelligence to analyse vast amount of cancer data, building mini organs to model the disease in a dish, or imaging detailed molecular and cellular processes, our researchers are united in their efforts to discover new ways to diagnose, treat and prevent cancer.

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