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Funded research by Dr Chris Parker of the Institute of Cancer Research which looks to develop a risk assessment tool to give a better indication of a man’s risk of having aggressive prostate cancer.
This project looks into whether bacteria may be involved in prostate cancer development thus presenting opportunities to halt or prevent cancer development through the use of antibiotics.
Funded Research by Professor Myra Olga McClure of Imperial College London which looked at whether a virus infection explains why some people of African and African-Caribbean origin are at greater risk of prostate cancer.
Funded research by Dr Christine Galustian of King's College London into whether the absence of the DARC protein in Black men is related to the development of prostate cancer.
Funded research by Prof. Rosalind Eeles and Dr Zsofia Kote-Jarai of the Institute of Cancer Research into genetic changes in the DNA repair genes and their relationship with aggressive disease.
Funded research by Professor Alan Clarke of Cardiff University into better understanding the interplay between mutations in the Wnt, PI3-kinase and Ras pathways, and their role in causing tumours and aggressive disease.