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Deconstructing K-RAS signalling in cancer: Identification of effective therapeutic strategies for lung and pancreatic tumours
Interventional pharmacoeconomics: A new discipline for a cost-constrained environment
Breaking the obesity-cancer link: New targets and strategies
Thinking outside the box for the early detection of cancer
Innovations in cancer drug discovery: A new opportunity for serendipity
mTOR and signalling in cancer
Population risk stratification for early detection and unintended consequences
Precision medicine platforms to guide patient management in gastrointestinal cancers: Promise and pitfalls
Future research leaders: A session exploring the role of NCRI with early-career investigators
Demystifying today’s science
Proffered papers 1
Digital pathology/machine learning
Artificial intelligence – does it have promise for cancer prevention and early diagnosis?
Bench to bedside: Immunotherapy
CTRad 10 years on – celebrating collaborative radiotherapy research in the UK
Proffered papers 2 (Prize winners)
Treatable but not curable: Cancer as a chronic disease
Mechanotransduction and invasion: The tumour microenvironment perspective
The changing face of clinical trials and trial endpoints – an evolution of trial design and endpoints
Could medically assisted dying be part of cancer care in Britain?
Best of Translational Science: Recent advances in colorectal cancer
Clinical Trials Showcase
Proffered papers 3
Robots: Hype or game-changers, including NIHR CREST Award presentation
Adoptive T cell therapy – CARs, TILs and beyond
Treatment of cancer in older patients
100,000 genomes and other cancer genome sequencing projects: experiences, discoveries and future plans
Immunity and radiation – Making cold tumours hot