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Joshua Bugajski (Stroke 4), an MSc Oncology student in Katherine Vallis’ group was part of Oxford’s winning team on Sunday, 2 April when they cruised to victory in the 2017 Cancer Research UK boat race against Cambridge.

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Oxford won the toss and chose the Surrey station.  The crew took an early lead over Cambridge and this was Oxford’s 80th win in the event’s history – just 2 behind their rivals. 

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