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Video: What's life like as a scientist?


Have you ever wondered what life is like as a scientist?

The Bone Cancer Research Trust #MeetTheResearcher series gives you a peek into the thoughts and experiences of the scientists carrying out its life-saving work.

In this video, the research team caught up with the University of Wolverhampton's Dr Mark Morris who leads a research group within the Research Institute of Healthcare Science (RIHS) investigating the molecular biology and genetics of cancer development. 

This funded project sees Dr Morris leading a research group looking into identifiers of recurrence and spread (metastasis) of adamantinoma.

In this video he shares his hopes for future treatments that could lead to better patient outcomes.

The Bone Cancer Research Trust was established in 2006 and is now the leading charity dedicated to fighting primary bone cancer. The charity’s mission is to save lives and improve outcomes for people affected by primary bone cancer through research, information, awareness, and support.

The Bone Cancer Research Trust provide a free Support and Information Service for anyone affected by primary bone cancer and bone tumours. Call: 0800 111 4855 or email:

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