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What is leukaemia? Talk followed by film screening of Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

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Tickets for the film and talk £7

Award winning film ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ will be screened at the Cambridge Picturehouse Cinema, St Andrew’s Street on Monday 1 February. Professor Tony Green, Head of the Department of Haematology will open the evening at 6pm with a talk outlining what leukaemia is and how recent exciting advances are improving the outlook for many patients. The film will be screened after Professor Green’s talk. This event has been organised by the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Centre and the British Science Association to tie in with World Cancer Day later in the week (4 Feb). For more information and tickets, please see CRUK .org/BSASciScreen or contact the cinema.

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