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Biological clues in tissues surrounding breast tumours

9th September 2020

A new study has identified molecular characteristics in ‘normal-looking’ tissues surrounding breast tumours that may indicate whether breast cancer is likely to return following surgical removal of the tumour.

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Proposed new surgery protocol for ovarian cancer

17th August 2020

For women at high risk of ovarian cancer, standard preventive practice is to offer removal of both the fallopian tubes and ovaries, but the surgery induces menopause in women who have not yet reached this stage of life. A proposed alternative two step surgical protocol, which delays the induced menopause caused by the removal of the ovaries, is highly acceptable to this premenopausal group of women.

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Surgical Education and Simulation 2020 Online Conference

4th July 2020

Remote Technology-Enhanced Learning: COVID19 & the Future An International Online Conference presented by the Society of Surgical Simulation and Barts Cancer Institute www.ses2020.live Highlights Keynote Speakers Scientific Presentations Overcoming training challenges during COVID19 seminar Live laparoscopic box-trainer skill demonstration Pre-conference live laparoscopic skill feedback and assessment Visit the event website for full details.

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Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Master Class – India-UK Seminar

20th June 2020

Please visit the event website for full details.

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MSc Surgical Programmes Online Open Event (UK and Malta)

2nd June 2020

Find out more about the MSc Surgical Programmes at Barts Cancer Institute, Queen Mary University of London at our online open event. For further information, please contact: bci-cancercourses@qmul.ac.uk Online Open Event for MSc Surgical Programmes (UK and Malta) MSc Laparoscopic Surgery & Surgical Skills (full time and part time) MSc Surgical Skills (Queen Mary and University of […]

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Impact of Covid-19 on Surgical Education – Webinar

6th May 2020

Prospective students interested in applying for the MSc Surgical programmes and surgeons in training are invited to attend. About This Event How will the landscape for digital health and medical education look post-COVID-19? Digital health is disrupting healthcare and education, as a college or a training provider working on digital education, how can you engage […]

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