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Impact of global economic crisis on cancer deaths

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Unemployment and reduced public-sector health spending following the 2008 global economic crisis were associated with increased cancer mortality, according to a new study led by academics at King's College London and Imperial College London.
Faculty staff recognised for Teaching Excellence

Faculty staff recognised for Teaching Excellence

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Teaching staff from the School of Bioscience Education and the GKT School of Medical Education in the Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine have won King's Teaching Excellence Awards for their contributions to taught education at the university.
Diabetes patients should be offered option of metabolic surgery

Diabetes patients should be offered option of metabolic surgery

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In a joint statement endorsed by 45 international organizations published in the journal Diabetes Care, diabetes clinicians and researchers are calling for metabolic surgery to be recommended or considered as a treatment option for some people with Type 2 diabetes.
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Museum of Life Sciences Open House

Museum of Life Sciences Open House

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1 Jun 2016
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Open House at the Museum of Life Sciences, Guy's Campus.
Randall Seminar Professor Lins

Randall Seminar Professor Lins

Date
7 Jun 2016
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Professor Lins will talk about Computational Engineering of HIV-1 Immunoreactive Antigens.
IAT Open Evening

IAT Open Evening

Date
7 Jun 2016
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Are you thinking of pursuing academic training? Our Integrated Academic Training (IAT) Programme at King's College London will allow you to develop academic skills at a world-class university while furthering clinical training in partnership with three leading NHS Foundation Trusts.
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