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Haemato-Oncology

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The Section of Haemato-oncology is a centre for basic and translational laboratory research into haematological malignancies. The Section also carries out specialist tests through it's Haematological Malignancies Diagnostic Centre which provides a diagnostic service to our local NHS partner and the South East of England. Haemato-oncology is located at the Rayne Institute at Denmark Hill on the King's College Hospital campus, where both the routine molecular activities and the research work of the Section are integrated.

 

The Haemato-oncology research groups are working together across themes to analyse various haematological cancers. Research involves identifying and exploiting genetic changes and molecular characteristics of proliferation to further develop and test novel interventions and immunotherapies.

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