Press releases / Newsletters

An overview of the press releases / newsletters:

Augustus 2016:

Newsletter PRDA, Pelvic Radiation Disease Association

11 Septembre 2014:

Popular press, two newspapers: El Correo Gallego and La Voz de Galicia Plan internacional para mejorar la vida de los supervivientes del cáncer

Popular press, Local radio, Obradoiro, The REQUITE project

10 Septembre 2014:

Popular press, TV clip Informativos Telecinco El Hospital Clínico de Santiago participa en un estudio para identificar el riesgo de toxicidad tras radioterapia

Popular press, three newspapers: Diario Siglo XXI, La Voz Libre, La informacion.com REQUITE project

13 January 2014:

Vall D'Hebron Institute of Oncology (VHIO): VHIO collaborates in European, multi-center study aimed at reducing side-effects of radiotherapy.

23 September 2013:

Cancer Research UK: A study looking at who is more likely to have radiotherapy side effects (REQUITE).

the Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre Network (ECMC):New ways to zap side effects of radiotherapy.

13 September 2013:

The University of Manchester: New European study will devise ways to reduce the side-effects of radiotherapy.

HealthCanal.com: New European study will devise ways to reduce the side-effects of radiotherapy.

24dash.com: Major European study involving Leicester experts aims to reduce radiotherapy side-effects.

ObR daily - featured oncology news

GenomeWeb: Radiotherapy Side Effects Biomarker Effort.

12 September 2013:

Alpha Galileo (website for journalists/researchers): New European study will devise ways to reduce the side-effects of radiotherapy.

Medical Express: New European study will devise ways to reduce the side-effects of radiotherapy.

News Medical: New study to reduce unwanted side-effects of radiotherapy.

University of Manchester website: New European study will devise ways to reduce the side-effects of radiotherapy.

UoM MHS faculty website: New European study will devise ways to reduce the side-effects of radiotherapy.

MCRC website: New European study will devise ways to reduce the side-effects of radiotherapy.