Shooting with @richardpascoe and the @richnskinnycrew always a huge pleasure! #website #modelling #allblack #photography #teamwork
So excited about his birthday he had to rip his shirt off and scream it to the world! Haha!! Happy Birthday to this incredible man! My closest, dearest, kindest of them all! Love you man Mr “Abs” @ashley_parallel Simon have a wonderful day bro!! #MrIncredible #Inspiration #FollowHim
Today is the launch of www.wolfmoves.com please have a look.
+++ CANCER RESEARCH INFO +++
***New kind of scan finds cancer’s sleeper cells***
++ IMAGE: Cancer cells after being given a special sugar which highlights their energy stores when seen under a microsope ++
Researchers have developed a new imaging technique that lights up cancer’s sleeper cells, warning patients and doctors of a potential relapse according to a study published in Cancer Research today* (Monday).
"This technique has immediate potential in the clinic to assess how well drugs are working for patients, and to warn of potential relapses post-treatment" - Professor Eric Aboagye
Cancer Research UK scientists at Imperial College London have developed a non-invasive scan which can detect dormant cancer cells in mice. Since most cancer treatments rely on targeting fast growing cells, these dormant cells can be resistant to therapy and are often responsible for cancers coming back.
Professor Eric Aboagye, senior author on the study, said: “The ability of cancer cells to escape treatment by entering these dormant states has stymied progress for the treatment of numerous different cancers. This technique has immediate potential in the clinic to assess how well drugs are working for patients, and to warn of potential relapses post-treatment.”
Cancer cells can enter a sleeping state when they stop growing and instead store energy for future use – much more so than most normal healthy cells. But by using a radioactive molecule which mimics what our body uses to create energy, the researchers could measure the build up of these energy stores, known as glycogen, using positron emission tomography (PET scan).
Previous methods to examine energy stores in cancer cells all required invasive techniques involving biopsies which could only sample a small section of the tumour.
Parallel duo TODAY 2nd March
*** OUR FIRST OWN CLASS ***
(first Sunday of every month class)
68 Ewer Street
London SE1 0NR
NOTE: This class will be filmed please get ready to goooo offfff!!!! Lol
Come down and let’s go off!!!! #weeeerk