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Video #CNIOStopCancer Edurne Pasaban CNIO Friends
01.02.2021
#CNIOStopCancer | Edurne Pasaban (ENG subs) The mountain climber Edurne Pasaban, the first woman to climb the world’s 14 eight-thousanders,...
Video #CNIOStopCancer Carlos Hipólito CNIO Friends
01.02.2021
#CNIOStopCancer | Carlos Hipólito (ENG subs) The mountain climber Edurne Pasaban, the first woman to climb the world’s 14 eight-thousanders,...
CNIO Friends
01.02.2021
Edurne Pasaban, Carlos Hipólito and Laia Sanz star in the 2021 CNIO Friends campaign for cancer research The mountain climber Edurne Pasaban, the first woman to climb the world’s 14 eight-thousanders,...
Video #CNIOStopCancer Laia Sanz CNIO Friends
01.02.2021
#CNIOStopCancer | Laia Sanz (ENG subs) The mountain climber Edurne Pasaban, the first woman to climb the world’s 14 eight-thousanders,...
Logo RENACER 26.01.2021 RENACER, a national hospital network to boost research into brain metastases, is launched Last January 25th, the bylaws of the National Brain Metastasis Network (or RENACER, its acronym in... Image study breast cancer genes Translational
21.01.2021
NEJM. The CNIO participates in a study that defines the most important genes that increase the risk of breast cancer Genetic inheritance affects the likelihood of developing breast cancer. Some genes are already known...
Video WISE Sara Giménez WISE
18.01.2021
WISE Seminar | Sara Giménez Sara Giménez, Member of the Congress, Spanish representative in the European Commission against...
Luis Paz-Ares and Marisol Soengas 15.01.2021 Luis Paz-Ares and Marisol Soengas, new President and Vice-President of ASEICA Luis Paz-Ares, Head of the H12O-CNIO Lung Cancer Clinical Research Unit, of the Spanish National... Long and short telomeres Basic Research
11.01.2021
Aging. A CNIO study links severe COVID-19 disease to short telomeres Patients with severe COVID-19 disease have significantly shorter telomeres, according to a study...

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