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What is Oesophago-Gastric Cancer?

Oesophageal cancer is cancer of the gullet and gastric cancer is cancer of the stomach. Combined, they are medically known as oesophago-gastric (OG) cancer. The oesophagus (more commonly known as the gullet or food pipe) is the long tube that carries food from the throat to the stomach. In Northern Ireland in 2016, a total of 226 people were diagnosed with oesophageal (gullet) cancer. In the same year, 214 people were newly diagnosed with gastric (stomach) cancer.

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CCRCB Open Day 2019
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CCRCB Open Day 2019

The Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology (CCRCB) at QUB is holding a public Open Day as part of the Northern Ireland Science Festival on Saturday 16th February 2019. There will be talks from leading researchers and tours of the research laboratories. You are also very welcome to visit our office. A number of...

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Wellbeing Meeting – March 30th 2019
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Wellbeing Meeting – March 30th 2019

We are pleased to announced our next Wellbeing meeting will take place on March 30th 2019 at 10:30AM at Beechlawn House Hotel, Dunmurry, Belfast. More information to follow.

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How to swallow pills more easily
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How to swallow pills more easily

How to swallow a pill A study by researchers from the University of Heidelberg in Germany may help people with pill swallowing difficulties. They suggest two techniques that can help people improve their ability to get medicine down. Their report was published in the Annals of Family Medicine. Pop-bottle method to swallow pills Image Credit: Annals of Family...

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