Lights, camera, action, BRAF…

I’ve got a new post up over on the Cancer Research UK Science Update blog, all about a very important gene called BRAF, which is faulty in many cancers, including around 7 out of ten melanomas. Not only that, but I directed and edited this little video all about the discovery, and how it’s leading to future cancer drugs. My favoutie bit is where Richard Marais talks about coming into the lab on Christmas day, only to find his boss and his boss’ mother in there too!:


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