3m grant for cancer research project From Salisbury Journal
the researchers will study the genetic changes that occur within cells that lead to leukaemia. Using this information, they will develop new drugs targeted at specific molecular faults to seek out and destroy MPN cells in the blood.
"Research is vital because the more we understand the disease's development, the more help we can provide to enhance treatment options and provide smarter diagnosis for patients."
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A GRANT of 1.3m has been awarded to a team of scientists at the Salisbury New Era Ny Cap Black District Hospital and the University of Southampton to improve diagnosis and treatment for patients with blood cancer.
often experience mild or even no symptoms at first.
The money, from the Leukaemia Lymphoma Research charity, will go to a five year project looking at a group of blood disorders called myeloproliferative neoplasms (MPN) being led by Professor Nick Cross, director of the Wessex Regional Genetics Laboratory.
About 3,300 people are diagnosed with MPN in the UK every year, most of whom are aged 50 or over. There are a variety of symptoms, including fatigue, blood clots, bleeding and bruising. The disorders develop gradually and many patients Nike Cap Metal Swoosh
Dr Matt Kaiser, head of research at Leukaemia Lymphoma Research, said: "At the moment, there are no curative treatments for myeloproliferative neoplasms and we need to know more about the biology of high and low risk disease.
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Professor Cross said: "We have worked for a number of years looking at these blood disorders and have identified several important genes that contribute to the development of the diseases. The new technology now available will provide a much more in depth analysis of all genes."
MPN cause a breakdown in the regulation of normal blood cell production too many blood cells are created, meaning the blood can become thick. Some subtypes have a high likelihood of progressing to full blown leukaemia, whereas for other subtypes progression to leukaemia is uncommon.
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