James Larkin

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International Business Times
New immunotherapy drug combo to treat skin cancer approved for NHS use by Nice were presented at a conference in Chicago, which was published in The New Engla
New immunotherapy drug combo to treat skin cancer approved for NHS use by Nice
International Business Times / Posted 7 days ago
were presented at a conference in Chicago, which was published in The New England Journal of medicine in July 2015. Dr James Larkin, a melanoma specialist at the Royal Marsden, who worked on the study, was quoted by the Guardian as saying:... Read more
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express
Powerful skin cancer drugs could wipe out tumours in ONE FIFTH of patientscent were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth - or 22 per cent -
Powerful skin cancer drugs could wipe out tumours in ONE FIFTH of patients
express / Posted 7 days ago
cent were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth - or 22 per cent - had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Irish Examiner
A combination of new life-extending drugs for skin cancer have been approvedno detectable tumours remaining. The drugs have shown a promising effect on se
A combination of new life-extending drugs for skin cancer have been approved
Irish Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
no detectable tumours remaining. The drugs have shown a promising effect on several types of cancer (Myung Jung Kim/PA) Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Northern Echo
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Northern Echo / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Kingston Guardian / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Harrow Times
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Harrow Times / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Gazette News
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Gazette News / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Bolton News
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Bolton News / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Croydon Guardian / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Streatham Guardian / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Bury Times
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Bury Times / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Gazette
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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guardian-series
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
guardian-series / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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This is West Country
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approvedmore than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had
New life-extending drugs for skin cancer approved
This is West Country / Posted 7 days ago
more than 60% were still alive after two years and, of those, a fifth (22%) had no detectable tumours remaining. Dr James Larkin, consultant medical oncologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, has treated patients with the drugs as... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Man remains in custody after drug seizure in Dublina drug seizure in Dublin last night. Gardaí seized €7,000 worth of heroin and
Man remains in custody after drug seizure in Dublin
Irish Examiner / Posted 13 days ago
a drug seizure in Dublin last night. Gardaí seized €7,000 worth of heroin and a small quantity of cannabis at a flat in James Larkin House in the city's northside. The discovery was made as part of an ongoing operation into the sale and supply... Read more
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express
BEFORE AND AFTER: How this walking skeleton of a dog became a pampered petlife on the high seas have emerged from his new owners as his old ones appeared
BEFORE AND AFTER: How this walking skeleton of a dog became a pampered pet
express / Posted 21 days ago
life on the high seas have emerged from his new owners as his old ones appeared in court this week. Lauren Hunter and James Larkin have been banned from keeping animals for 10 years after letting Buster become a pitiful, emaciated... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Luxury life on the ocean wave for Buster the dog left to die by previous ownerswith eviction and ‘financially destitute’ and ‘took their eye off the ball in t
Luxury life on the ocean wave for Buster the dog left to die by previous owners
Manchester Evening News / Posted 22 days ago
with eviction and ‘financially destitute’ and ‘took their eye off the ball in terms of Buster’. Lauren Hunter and James Larkin He said the couple - who bought Buster for £200 from a friend who found him in an alleyway - had not... Read more
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The Irish Times
The Shaping of Modern Ireland: A Centenary Assessment review: a unisex Irish historyharder to understand. One might also ask whether, if influence on their own so
The Shaping of Modern Ireland: A Centenary Assessment review: a unisex Irish history
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
harder to understand. One might also ask whether, if influence on their own society constitutes the basis of selection, James Larkin might not have a strong case for inclusion, given his impact on the spirit and structure of Irish trade-union... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Horrifically emaciated dog left just a third of ideal weightand had tried different foods. But they didn’t seek vet’s advice when he remai
Horrifically emaciated dog left just a third of ideal weight
Daily Mirror / Posted 1 months ago
and had tried different foods. But they didn’t seek vet’s advice when he remained severely underweight. Lauren Hunter and James Larkin noticed he was ‘skinny’ and had tried different foods In mitigation, defence solicitor Nnamdi Inegbu said his... Read more

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