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UK National EHE Biobank goes live!

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The National UK EHE Biobank is now open and will be collecting tissue, blood and fluid samples to support future EHE research.

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Collaborative research underway in Europe

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Collaborative research looking to identify EHE biomarkers is underway

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Zebrafish – one more year?

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After a focused by frustrating first two years, the EHERCC has agreed to extend its zebrafish funding by one more year, to allow the team to test some promising new approaches.

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ESMO EHE Consensus paper is completed

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ESMO EHE Consensus Paper nears completion.

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Dr Rubin leads team that engineers EHE mouse model

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Dr Rubin's team present their EHE mouse which is an extraordinary analogue of the human form of the disease.

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EHE360 Conference: a worldwide first

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The EHE Foundation in the USA organises the first ever international conference focused entirely on EHE

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Italy goes live!

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Italy launches the first EHE not-for profit in Europe.

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Manchester PhD making good progress

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Emily Neal, undertaking a PhD in Dr Valerie Kouskoff's laboratory at the University of Manchester, continues to produce exciting results

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First European EHE research contract signed by EHERCC

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The EHE Rare Cancer Charity is delighted to have signed its first EHE research contract involving collaboration between a UK and a European entity.

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ESMO (European Society of Medical Oncology) holds major EHE event

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ESMO held a virtual meeting to develop Consensus and Guidelines for EHE Treatment. Bringing together over 90 clinical and research specialists, this was the single largest gather of EHE-experineced professionals ever held.

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