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A podcast exploring the Haematology speciality, made for nurses, junior doctors and allied healthcare professionals.

A podcast exploring the Haematology speciality, made for nurses, junior doctors and allied healthcare professionals.
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Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

A podcast exploring the Haematology speciality, made for nurses, junior doctors and allied healthcare professionals.

Language:

English

Contact:

+44 7788 171583


Episodes

Introduction To Lymphoma With Will Townsend

5/10/2019
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Dr Will Townsend is a UCLH Lymphoma Consultant and conducts Phase 1 clinical trials at the UCLH Clinical Research Facility. Our discussion covers the basics of Lymphoma, unpicking the different types, grades, classifications and treatments. At the end we touch upon a current clinical trial involving the use of T-cell Bispecific Antibodies, an off-the-shelf drug that can recruit the patient’s immune system to attack malignant B-cells.

Duration:00:28:54

Cancer Clinical Trials With Leigh Wood

5/4/2019
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UCLH NHS Foundation Trust and University College London have a close academic and clincal partnership. In the field of immunology, this partnership has led to UCL being ranked second in the world and top in Europe for the number of inventions and patent applications made in relation to CAR T-cells. In 2018, more CAR T-cells were administered at UCLH than in the rest of Europe combined. To help explore these developments we asked Leigh Wood, the Cell Therapy Team Lead from the Cancer Clinical...

Duration:00:25:44

Immunotherapy and CAR-T Cells with Emma Morris

4/26/2019
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In discussion with Emma Morris, Professor of Clinical Cell and Gene Therapy at University College London. For decades immunotherapies like vaccines and allogeneic stem cell transplantation have harnessed the ability of the immune system to fight diseases. More recently, genetically modified immune cells known as CAR T-Cells have been designed to recognise and attack cancer cells displaying tell-tale markers, bringing new hopes of cure in previously resistant blood cancers. Further reading:...

Duration:00:22:32