Core at CRUK’s 2nd International Oesophageal Cancer Symposium

27th April 2017

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Thursday April 27th 2017 –

This morning, James Britton will be presenting his poster and the findings from his Guts UK funded research to identify the top ten research priorities for Barrett’s oesophagus at the  2nd CRUK International Oesophageal Cancer Symposium in Cambridge. As oesophageal cancer is increasing there is a real need to focus research efforts and this year long study has brought together patients, carers, healthcare professionals and researchers to define the uncertainties around Barrett’s oesophagus, a condition that can be a precursor to oesophageal cancer. Find the results in the image below.

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