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The questions raised from the Facebook data scandal are so important to the research enterprise because the likelihood of using information such as medical data in this way is probably is closer than we think.
We report on finding unexpected important research information inside a persons inherited genetic material, while we were studying their tumour cells. We found ways to get this information back to our patients and we followed what people did with it.
The APGI is committed to providing broad access to its vast range of Biospecimens and Clinical Data. Our Cost Recovery Schedule has been reviewed and new charges are in place for 2017.
The APGI together with scientists around the country have mapped the genetic underpinnings of a rare type of Pancreatic Cancer.
Thank you for your continued partnership with the APGI. We appreciate your support and collaboration and hope you enjoy our 2016 research update…
The APGI is proud to participate in World Pancreatic Cancer Day, Thursday 17th November 2016. We will be #InItTogether and wave the purple flag with people from all over the globe….
On Saturday 18th June 2016, the APGI hosted their 6th Annual Clinical & Scientific Symposium at The Kinghorn Cancer Centre (TKCC). The event was well attended by the APGI community….
Leaders in Pancreatic Cancer research and clinical care convened in Glasgow, Scotland for the annual Pancreas 2016 Meeting. The theme of the meeting was “Precision Medicine”….
Published earlier this month, a study led by APGI researchers has provided the most in-depth analysis yet of pancreatic cancer, re-classifying this disease into four subtypes…
The International Symposium on Pancreatic Cancer 2016 will be hosted by our colleagues at the Wolfson Wohl Cancer Research Centre and held at the University of Glasgow, Scotland…