Jack Cuzick awarded a Cancer Research UK Lifetime Achievement Award

posted on Thursday, 4th January 2018

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The CaPP3 study is delighted that Professor Jack Cuzick, who chairs the CaPP3 Trial Steering Committee, has been awarded a Cancer Research UK Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his lifetime research into cancer prevention.

Professor Cuzick is seen here with Professor Sir John Burn, Chief Investigator of CaPP3 after chairing a Capp3 Trial Steering Committee.

Further information can be found on the Cancer Research UK website:

Professor Jack Cuzick: 'Sitting on the borders between maths and cancer medicine'

Celebrating a lifetime in cancer prevention, translating evolutionary biology, and our leaders of tomorrow: the 2017 CRUK Research Prizes

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