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Richard White talks to Oxford Sparks producer Charlotte Bird about cancer, and attempting to find cures in the most unlikely places.

Ludwig Oxford’s Richard White is a cancer biologist who likes to go for a wander in the woods. Talking to Oxford Sparks producer Charlotte Bird and colleagues Tammie Bishop, Tori Macera and Kitty Clarke, Richard discusses the challenges that face cancer research and how the cure can sometimes be found in the unlikeliest of places.

Is there value in finding a cure by not directly looking for a cure? Hear Richard’s thoughts on the Oxford Sparks video.

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