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Sahlgrenska Cancer Center is a cancer center focusing on translational cancer research. The center is a joint effort between the Sahlgrenska Academy at University of Gothenburg and the Sahlgrenska University Hospital. The long-term goal of the center is to improve the care of cancer patients by facilitating new scientific discoveries and translating these into clinical practice.

Sahlgrenska Cancer Center is an important part of the strategic research area Cancer at University of Gothenburg and is also part of BioCARE, a government-supported strategic cancer research program.


"Re-evaluating an abandoned drug for cancer therapy – The HMBA story", by Jonas A. Nilsson and Lisa Nilsson

Announcement of a professorship in Molecular Cell Biology of Cancer at the Sahlgrenska Academy

More information about the position is available at:

Professor in Molecular Cell Biology of Cancer (PER 2016/143)

Professor i Molekylär cellbiologi med inriktning mot cancer (PER 2016/143)


Swedish Cancer Research Meeting 2016

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