Congratulations to Lindy Durrant and her Scancell team at the University of Nottingham for their incredible work on a potential mutation-resistant Covid 19 vaccine as featured on Sky News. Professor Durrant is also part of our dedicated and valued Continuum Nottingham...
We are delighted to have chosen Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, Oxfordshire as the site for our new Continuum laboratory, which will be operational in Autumn 2021. Our new laboratory will work in parallel with our university partners. We will also introduce new...
Our patient representative Barbara Moss shares her incredible story and continues her work to help so many others
Many countries are moving to exit a lockdown triggered by COVID-19, but the virus has not gone away and there are real concerns that a second wave of infection could happen. We urgently need to understand more about how the body deals with this infection and what we...
A short video about Barbara’s journey as a long term cancer survivor so far and how our groundbreaking research is helping to find a cure.
A “MIRACLE” cancer survivor is to take part in research to help find a cure – once coronavirus is under control.
Continuum hosted its latest Symposium at the Kennedy Institute in Oxford on March 6th. See our video footage here.
On 27th February, Continuum Founder Dr James Hull along with our research lead partners Prof. Steve Conlan (Swansea Uni) and Prof. Dan Davis (Manchester Uni) visited 10 Downing Street.
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A man who survived different cancers four times has become the first volunteer to give blood in a study into why some people beat the disease.