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The 5-year programme award will support research on the DNA repair mechanisms that protect cancer cells from therapy, informing the development of future therapies.

Peter McHugh (right) with Chris Schofield (Department of Chemistry) and Opher Gileadi (Nuffield Department of Medicine)

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