Medical Research Council - Festival of Medical Research.

Members of the Department of Oncology will be out and about in the community over the next week or so explaining how your tax money is used to fund ground breaking medical research in Oxford. 

Scientists from all over the world work together to tackle cancer, eczema, and aenemia.  Your genes play a vital role in your health.  Your genes are a code helping your body undertake all the tasks that go into building, running, maintaining and repairing a complex human body.  When genes are damaged or mis-written, then we suffer diseases such as cancer, eczema and aenemia. 

Come and meet us between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. at the following locations:

Saturday, 17 - Northbrook Street, Newbury Market
Sunday,  18 - Eden Shopping Centre, High Wycombe
Monday,  19 - Tesco Extra, Aylesbury
Tuesday,  20 - Morrison's, Banbury
Wednesday,  21 - Tesco Superstore, Bicester
Thursday, 22 - Clock Tower, Woolgate Shopping Centre, Witney
Friday, 23 - Swindon Retail Outlet.


About Us
We aim to enhance clinical and basic cancer research in Oxford with the ultimate goal of increasing cancer cure rates.
In Oxford, we have a great wealth of broad-ranging expertise and a powerful network of cancer researchers.
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