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Hallmarks of cancer cell development

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Published: 27.04.17
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Dr Douglas Hanahan - Swiss Institute for Experimental Cancer Research, Lausanne, Switzerland

Dr Hanahan speaks with ecancer at the 1st Cancer Research @ Bath Symposium about the hallmarks of cancer cell development, combination therapies, and the priorities of cancer prevention and disease management.

Dr Hanahan expounds the social factors behind disease prevention and management, including tobacco and exercise, and how that compares to chemoprevention with repurposed aspirin.

In the case of melanoma, he considers the utility of immunotherapy as a new treatment of disease alongside effective sun-care practices to block UV damage, and weighs the predictive value of heritable disease predisposition genes.

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