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Dr Melissa Lewis-Brown, Head of Research Data Strategy, says:
“Cancer Research UK is delighted to be working with HDR UK to improve representation in the scientific workforce by providing opportunities for early career Black interns to apply their skills to harness the potential of health data to better understand, prevent, detect and treat cancer.”
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