PETIC provides researchers and doctors with a far greater ability to detect malignant tissue and track the effects of drugs in incredible detail
As we enter our fifth year of operation, we've been looking back at some of the things the Wales Cancer Research Centre has made possible.
We would like to invite you to take part in a short survey looking at the strengths and weaknesses of cancer research in Wales. The survey will be open until Thursday 21st March.
The first test to quickly and accurately predict how people will respond to standard treatment for the most common type of leukaemia has been developed our staff at Cardiff University. The technology could guide doctors’ decisions on which drugs to give to patients.