Child cancer survivor fights for better treatment
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Child cancer survivor fights for better treatment

Vicky Forster beat leukaemia as a child. Now she works as a scientist, trying to change the lives of children with the same disease.

Some of her team's most recent work led to the publication of a clinical alert, advising doctors that a combination of drugs sometimes used to treat leukaemia may have a toxic effect.

BBC Health Check speaks to Vicky Forster as part of 100 Women science week.

  • 10 Nov 2017
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