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The researchers plan to make the game available as an interactive mobile app

Serious game aims to save lives of African-Caribbean men most at risk of prostate cancer

Researchers are developing a serious computer game aimed at raising awareness of prostate cancer among black African-Caribbean men – and prompting those at higher risk of the disease to seek medical advice as soon as possible.

17 October 2014
The instrument will enable scientists to identify proteins important to cancer
Cancer research at Nottingham Trent University has received a major boost, with the institution becoming the first UK recipient of new equipment able to identify molecules which play a crucial role in the disease.
24 October 2014
A stroke patient using the device with Professor Breedon
Videogame technology is being used for the first time to provide stroke patients with interactive rehabilitation from their own homes.
22 October 2014
Nottingham Trent University is helping regional businesses
A series of events will be hosted by Nottingham Trent University to help provide design solutions for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in the East Midlands following the allocation of new funding.
22 October 2014
Group photo of the Fellows
Business executives from across the globe who studied at Nottingham Business School (NBS) have signed up to support the next generation of business professionals and leaders as part of a new NBS Alumni Fellowship Scheme.
21 October 2014
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