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VIDEO: Cancer and stroke research achievements highlighted in news series

  • 12 Jul 2018

Head and neck cancer sufferers have new hope from research from Dr Francis Hunter at the Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre at the University of Auckland, and stroke rehabilitation will be made easier with tools developed by Dr Andrew McDaid at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute. Watch video from Newsroom.co.nz’s science editor Eloise Gibson.

Generous donors to the AMRF have supported these early career researchers, who will have a big impact on the health of millions in New Zealand and worldwide.
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Dr Andrew McDaid describes the robotic tools he’s creating to help children with cerebral palsy as well as stroke sufferers.

Dr Francis Hunter talks about personalised medicine for cancer survival.

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