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Dr Ugo Offor
Dr Christopher Bacon
Dr Andrew Gennery
Dr Simon Bomken
Cardiac transplantation for congenital heart disease is associated with an increased risk of post-transplant lymphoproliferative disorder (PTLD) in children: a single centre experience2018
Dr Simon Bomken
Children and adolescents with marginal zone lymphoma have an excellent prognosis with limited chemotherapy or a watch-and-wait strategy after complete resection2018
Dr Alex Elder
Dr Simon Bomken
Dr Ian Wilson
Dr Helen Blair
Dr Simon Cockell
et al.
Abundant and equipotent founder cells establish and maintain acute lymphoblastic leukaemia2017
Dr Paul Milne
Dr Venetia Bigley
Dr Christopher Bacon
Dr Naomi McGovern
Dr Simon Bomken
et al.
Hematopoietic origin of Langerhans cell histiocytosis and Erdheim Chester disease in adults2017
Richard Noble
Dr Natalie Bell
Dr Helen Blair
Huw Thomas
Nicole Phillips
et al.
Inhibition of monocarboxyate transporter 1 by AZD3965 as a novel therapeutic approach for diffuse large B-cell lymphoma and burkitt lymphoma2017
Dr Venetia Bigley
Dr Simon Bomken
Professor Matthew Collin
National Web-Based Meetings Help to Identify Histiocytosis Patients with Refractory Disease or Sequelae who Need Individualised or Novel Treatment Strategies2016
Dr Simon Bomken
Non-anaplastic peripheral T cell lymphoma in children and adolescents-an international review of 143 cases2016
Dr Simon Bomken
Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and pre-existing conditions: spectrum, clinical characteristics and outcome in 213 children and adolescents2016
Dr Alex Elder
Dr Klaus Rehe
Dr Simon Bomken
Dr Paul Sinclair
Katie Dormon
et al.
The ability to cross the blood-cerebrospinal fluid barrier is a generic property of acute lymphoblastic leukemia blasts.2016
Dr Klaus Rehe
Dr Simon Bomken
Dr Paul Sinclair
Dr Lisa Russell
Professor Olaf Heidenreich
et al.
Childhood pre-B acute lymphoblastic leukaemia cells capable of central nervous system engraftment are common, heterogeneous and transit the blood-cerebrospinal fluid barrier2015
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