Cafe MED - Breast cancer: distinguishing tigers from pussycats

Cafe MED - Breast cancer: distinguishing tigers from pussycats
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Bringing the public, researchers and clinicians together

An unintended consequence of national breast screening programmes is the increase in the detection of pre-invasive breast cancers, called DCIS. Join us to hear how this presents challenges for doctors and how scientists are tacking this in the laboratory.

This is part of the Cafe Med series of events in Aberdeen. Download the full programme of Cafe MED talks here

 

Speaker
Professor Valerie Speirs (Chair in Molecular Oncology, University of Aberdeen) and Mr Yazan Masannat (Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon, NHS Grampian)
Hosted by
University of Aberdeen
Venue
Suttie Centre for Teaching and Learning in Healthcare
Contact

FREE, no booking required

Public Engagement with Research Unit: peru@abdn.ac.uk

Tel 01224-272480 

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