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News Archive – September 2019

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Repurposed quinacrine synergizes with cisplatin

Posted 26 Sep 2019

Study shows that quinacrine is able to reduce cell growth

Despite highly toxic treatments, head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) have poor outcomes. There is an unmet need for more effective, less toxic therapies. Repurposing of clinically-approved drugs, with known safety profiles, may provide a... Read more

The 2nd Kathmandu Head & Neck Reconstructive Surgery Course

Posted 25 Sep 2019

1st -2nd October 2019

This course is accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and has an impressive UK faculty. Further details available here. Read more

8th UK Swallowing Research Group Conference

Posted 24 Sep 2019

6th and 7th February 2020

Booking is now open for this event.  Please see the listing on the BAHNO events pages. Poster available here Read more

Free Screening Wharfedale Hospital

Posted 11 Sep 2019

Make Sense Campaign

Wharfedale Hospital, Yorkshire is offering FREE SCREENING at a drop-in clinic: Friday 20th September 09.00 - 12.00. This is offered as part of the global Make Sense Campaign. Read more

Abstracts from BAHNO meeting are published in JOPM

Posted 10 Sep 2019

Exciting collaboration!

It is with great pleasure that I can inform you that Wiley has kindly agreed to publish the abstracts from the recent Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Association of Head and Neck Oncologists (BAHNO). As the Editor in Chief of JOPM and also... Read more


Posted 02 Sep 2019

We need more jabs for lads

The Teenage Cancer Trust states:  ''More than a million teenage boys are going to miss out on vaccinations that could prevent cancer. We are calling for all teenage boys and young men to be offered the #HPV vaccine free on the NHS'' Human... Read more