Discussion Board Forums New Developments Genetic Risk Factor Study / Imperial College, London UK

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    Thank you so much for your kind words, Gavin and Marion …

    I have never thought of myself as a warrior, Marion, but I quite like the idea!! And I guess what we are all involved in is a bit like a war – many battles and skirmishes to be overcome before we achieve that victory.

    Helen x

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    marions
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    I agree with Gavin, Helen. You are a warrior and very much appreciated.
    Hugs
    Marion

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    gavin
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    Thank you Helen, thank you very much for this. Not just for posting this here, but for all of the work that you do. It is very much appreciated by everyone.

    Best wishes,

    Gavin

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    Although this research has been carried out in the UK, I thought it might be of interest to all our cc family:

    A recent study at Imperial College has investigated whether or not specific genes involved in tumour immunity are associated with the development of sporadic cholangiocarcinoma. The results suggest that a wider study assessing the differences in many genes between people with and without cholangiocarcinoma may reveal genetic risk factors for the development of this cancer.

    This research, carried out by Dr Chris Wadsworth and colleagues and supported by AMMF, was awarded

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