Sue Armstrong’s P53: THE GENE THAT CRACKED THE CANCER CODE is Highly Commended at BMA Medical Book Awards
Friday 4th September 2015
Sue Armstrong’s P53: THE GENE THAT CRACKED THE CANCER CODE was highly commended under the ‘Basis of Medicine’ category during last night’s BMA Medical Book Awards.
P53: THE GENE THAT CRACKED THE CANCER CODE tells the story of the discovery of the cancer gene – p53 – with all the drama, mystery and suspense of a crime novel.
The BMA Medical Book Awards take place annually to recognise outstanding contributions to medical literature.
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