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Canterbury Christ Church University will host Kent Cancer Trust’s public lecture later this month.
The talk on Tuesday, 25 April will be given by Professor Karol Sikora, a world-respected oncologist and campaigner for better universal cancer treatment. His talk will look at the future of Cancer Care. There will also be a chance to talk to the Cancer researchers funded by Kent Cancer Trust, which includes academics from Christ Church.
Kent Cancer Trust was established in 2004 to relieve the suffering of cancer patients and improve the provision of cancer care in Kent. The Trust funds research projects to find kinder and more targeted treatments and acts as a link between scientists, doctors and the public to ensure Kent retains the highest possible status in the treatment of cancer.
Cancer Care: the next 50 years, Tuesday 25 April, 6.30-7.30pm Canterbury Christ Church University, Old Sessions House, North Holmes Campus CT1 1QU.
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