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    Novel designs for early clinical studies testing new anticancer agents can improve the results of these studies, Emilie van Brummelen concludes based on her PhD research. She investigated several new anticancer agents and potential applications of biomarkers. Van Brummelen will defend her thesis on December 18th at Utrecht University.

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    Women with breast cancer may sometimes experience cognitive problems after chemotherapy, for example with memory or attention. These problems can coincide with small changes in the brain, Sanne Menning concludes based on her PhD research. She will defend her thesis on December 15th at VU Amsterdam.

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