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On Saturday 30 May, a young UK-based worker in the field of cancer research will be awarded the prestigious Rotary Club Leonardo da Vinci Prize, worth £10,000, at an international event to be held at London’s Goldsmiths’ Hall, hosted by the Rotary Club of London (www.rotaryclub.london)

This year’s winner is John Saunders, Clinical Research Fellow in the Division of Cancer & Stem Cells at University of Nottingham. The prize has been awarded for demonstrating outstanding promise working in the translational field - that is applying findings from basic science to enhance human health and well-being.

Clive Amos, President of the Rotary Club of London, says, ‘Each year we join with nine other Rotary Clubs from across Europe for a weekend meeting, in what is known as the Leonardo da Vinci group. This year it’s...

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