Working with the world-leading Sir Peter Mansfield Imaging Centre, the CBTRC applies translational research imaging techniques. This helps us understand how tumours grow and the impact of treatments using non-invasive methods. The CBTRC was one of five national imaging centres awarded a CRUK programme grant between 2008 and 2015. This helped us to evaluate the potential of imaging for diagnosis and tumour detection, for tumour characterisation, and for predicting prognosis and treatment response.
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