Continuum Life Sciences would like to express their sincere gratitude to Dr Bent Jakobsen for his efforts in supporting Continuum over the past months. We wish him every success in his numerous ventures. We welcome Mr Alan Whiteley as interim CEO. Continuum now enters...
When, twenty-five years ago, I started working on understanding how our immune system might be used to combat cancer, researchers and pharma companies – everyone! – had turned their back on what is known as immune therapy for cancer. Well, almost everyone. A few...
Our patient representative Barbara Moss shares her incredible story and continues her work to help so many others
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.
Cymru | English
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.
Read the Wales Online article here
I’m trying to find the cure for cancer says man who fended off disease four times
See the interview with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby here.
28th January 2020
Is this British dentist a walking cure for cancer? How retired father-of-four, 59, has survived a string of cancers thanks to his unique blood cells which are now destroying other sufferers’ cancer cells too
25th January 2020
The UK national press report that a study published in Lancet Oncology shows that Britain sits at the bottom of a major league table for cancer survival in high-income countries.
by Robert Langreth
Immunotherapy, Professor J. Allison & Professor T. Honjo