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Samra Turajlic awarded over £2.3million for cancer research at the Crick

Samra Turajlic, group leader and Consultant at the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust has been awarded over £2,300,000 to fund two projects looking to identify weaknesses in cancer progression.
18 May 2020
United Kingdom
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