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Liverpool Lung Project

The Liverpool Lung Project (LLP) is a study researching the early diagnosis of lung cancer. Funded by the Foundation, the main aim of this research programme is to identify people who are at especially high risk of developing lung cancer by using molecular genetic technologies.

Prof. John Field The research team led by Prof. John Field (front)

Our vision is that by identifying those who are at high risk of lung cancer early diagnosis rates will increase.

Early diagnosis of lung cancer dramatically improves survival rates for this disease.

There are various parts to the LLP. Each area being studied is to helping us gain a better understanding of lung cancer. These are:

For more information about the Liverpool Lung Project please click here.

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