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All the cancer you cannot see

All the cancer you cannot see

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in New Zealand with 1,700 deaths each year.
More New Zealanders die of lung cancer than of breast cancer, prostate cancer and melanoma combined.

Cracking the final piece of the human genome puzzle

Cracking the final piece of the human genome puzzle

Our own Professor Cris Print recently spoke to RNZ about how it’s taken thousands of scientists decades to finish mapping the human genome. The Detail looks at why it’s taken so long and what it might mean for indigenous populations here in Aotearoa and around the world.

Seminar Series: Professor Stefan Bohlander

Seminar Series: Professor Stefan Bohlander

Tena Kotou Katoa, We are pleased to announce our upcoming presentation in our Seminar Series on Friday 27th May 1-2pm. In this seminar we have Professor Stefan Bohlander speaking about Precision medicine for haematological malignancies. Why stamp collecting was...