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Finger Clubbing and Lung Cancer

Latest articles: Finger clubbing, also known as digital clubbing or Hippocratic fingers, is a phrase used to describe specific changes to the shape of the fingers and fingernails. It can be a sign of various diseases, including lung cancer. How to recognise finger...

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MGUS and Myeloma: What’s the link?

Latest articles: MGUS is a benign condition which does not usually require treatment. However, a small number of patients diagnosed with MGUS will go on to develop myeloma. Understanding MGUS Monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS) is a benign...

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Cancer Keys

Cancer Keys: Myeloma and C.R.A.B

Latest articles: Welcome to Cancer Keys, a regular bite-sized learning column brought to you by GatewayC in collaboration with Cancer Research UK.   Myeloma and C.R.A.B C.R.A.B is the acronym designed to simplify the most typical clinical manifestations of...

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Cancer Keys: Brain tumours and headaches

Latest articles: Welcome to Cancer Keys, a regular bite-sized learning column brought to you by GatewayC in collaboration with Cancer Research UK.   Brain tumours and headaches Whilst many people may associate brain tumours with headaches, often affected patients...

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#Hellomynameis

#hellomynameis – Tom, Senior Media Technologist

Latest articles: With communication at the heart of GatewayC and fundamental to improving patient care, this blog series focuses on introductions and reflections from the team behind the programme. In this post, we’re introducing Tom, Senior Media Technologist. Could...

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