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The Reality Behind Cancer in India: “Twenty-four Stills” photography exhibition at Bush House until February 18th

India is reported to have over one million new cancer patients each year. On-going research seeks to improve cancer care for patients. Cancer does not discriminate. India is reported to have over one million new cancer patients each year. This … Continue reading

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BIOS Lecture – Racial Futurity: IVF Technologies and the Question of Life’s Continuation

BIOS Lecture Racial Futurity: IVF Technologies and the Question of Life’s Continuation Nadine Ehlers Thursday, 21 March 2019, 4.30 – 6.30 pm King’s College London, Virginia Woolfe Building, Room 3.01 22 Kingsway, London WC2B 6LE The Department of Global Health … Continue reading

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Book Launch – Molecular Feminisms: Biology, Becomings, and Life in the Lab

Book Launch Event Molecular Feminisms: Biology, Becomings, and Life in the Lab Deboleena Roy Tuesday 26th March, 4:30pm River Room, King’s College London King’s Building 2nd Floor, Strand, London WC2R 2LS The Department of Global Health and Social Medicine and … Continue reading

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Aanisah Khanzada on landing her dream role at Cancer Research UK

I currently work with Cancer Research UK as an International Tobacco Control Intern. Working for CRUK has always been a dream of mine. I had previously applied for a policy internship with CRUK during my third year of university and … Continue reading

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Rachael Healy reports on the 20th Humanitarian Congress in Berlin

In October, I travelled with Katya Baker, our GHSM Student Experience Officer, to attend the 20th Humanitarian Congress in Berlin. Although this was my third time attending the conference, I found it to be as informative, intense and inspiring as … Continue reading

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