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Cervical neoplasia is the abnormal growth of cells on the surface of the cervix that could potentially lead to cervical cancer. Our work translates into developing and testing novel therapeutics aiming to eradicate persistent human papillomaviruses (HPV) infections in women with established pre-cancerous lesions in clinical trials. This has recently led to the first in-human trial of the world’s broadest HPV vaccine – and is a major milestone in the fight against HPV associated cancers.

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Pioneering Project Showcased at Prototypes for Humanity Exhibition in Dubai

Among the standout projects featured at the Prototypes for Humanity Exhibition in Dubai was the groundbreaking work of our very own Prof. Helen Townley and her student, Ben White. Their project, titled “Radio wave-activated chemotherapy" drew significant attention for its inventive approach to addressing critical issues in cancer treatment....

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