Join us to hear what experts know about what lies behind the causes of cancer.

A free public event will hear from several experts including Professor Dorothy Bennett, Director of the Cardiovascular & Cell Sciences Research Institute at St George’s, University of London, about what really causes cells to become cancerous

Lifestyle choices have been blamed such as the types of food we all eat; and the impact of sun bathing or smoking. Our experts including colleagues from King’s College London will give their views and answer your questions too.

Join them for an enlightening evening.

Date/Time:        Tuesday April 19 - 6pm -7:30pm.

Venue: St George's, University of London, Boardrooms H2.5 and H2.6, Cranmer Terrace, SW17 0RE

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This is a free public event open to all and part of the St George’s, University of London series Spotlight on Science, illuminating research that affects our everyday lives.




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