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Ulster University Scientists Target Pancreatic Cancer

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The cancer has one of the lowest survival rates, with fewer than 5% of patients surviving five or more years after diagnosis.  The idea is to deliver oxygen to the tumour and improve radiotherapy treatments.

The treatment will not be available for a number of years.  Survival rates had not improved in 40 years, said Prof John Callan, who is leading the Ulster University research. Read more . . .

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