South East Wales

Cardiff's TrakCel gets £315k grant for cancer cell therapy

A company has won a £315,000 European investment to take part in a cell therapy project to help treat cancer.

Cardiff-based TrakCel develops software for clinical trials, and will join forces with research groups and manufacturers for products which are being used to fight cancer.

It aims to improve the performance and safety of cellular cancer therapies.

The Welsh government has welcomed the investment.

Finance Minister Jane Hutt said: "It's fantastic news that pioneering technology developed in Wales will be playing a key role in a European project with such ground-breaking potential."

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