Crowdfunding campaign for a clinical trial of malaria drug that may help cancer raises £50,000 target

Generous members of the public have raised £50,000 for a crowd funding project so researchers at St George’s, University of London, and St George’s Hospital, can investigate whether the malaria drug can have a positive effect on colorectal cancer.

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Nearly one in five oral penicillin doses given to children in NHS hospitals may be too high or too low

Researchers say that many children may be getting an inappropriate dose of antibiotics, as doctors use guidelines that just use age, not weight, when choosing the dose of drugs.

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New funding scheme for PhD students

Funding for a programme of prestigious studentships has been awarded to St George’s in partnership with the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.

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Crowd funding bid to test whether malaria drug kills cancer

Medical experts investigating whether a common malaria drug could have a significant impact on colorectal cancer have launched a crowd funding project to fund their work.

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St George’s ranks among world’s best universities

St George’s, University of London has been named among the world’s top 200 universities in the most comprehensive and respected rankings of higher education institutions across the globe.

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