• Saturday, August 13, 2022


British and Indian scientists to work on low-cost cancer treatment

HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP: Theresa May and Narendra Modi at the Francis Crick Institute (Photo by: Fiona Hanson)

By: Lauren Codling

by LAUREN CODLING AN INDIAN governing science body and a leading UK charity announced the launch of a collaborative project last week in which they hope to develop low-cost cancer treatment. India’s Department of Biotechnology (DBT) and Cancer Research UK unveiled the proposal in which they will launch a five-year collaborative initiative which is expected to focus on low cost approaches to cancer treatment. Nick Grant, the executive director of international partnerships at the charity, said the organisation was delighted to be working with the Indian government on a joint research initiative. “Globally, there is a growing challenge with how…

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