Karen Blyth

Sara Zanivan

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Angiogenesis is the process of formation of new vessels from pre-existing ones. It is a very important mechanism involved in cancer development. Indeed, many tumours need oxygen and nutrients provided by the blood to progress, and exploit the blood flow to metastasise. Endothelial cells constitute the first layer of the vessel wall and are the... Read more »

Breast Cancer Team

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Overview Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in the UK and the second most common cause of cancer deaths for women in the UK, with over 48,000 deaths every year. Fortunately, treatment, surgical procedures and detection have improved in the last decades so that the breast cancer survival rate has steadily increased. The aim... Read more »