Writing this many articles certainly wasn’t one of my goals when I first started blogging about the science behind cancer, 100 seemed like the north face of the Eiger at the time! I’m not sure how many of you have been with me since the first few posts, but this seems a great opportunity to thank everyone for dropping by and reading, whether it’s your first time or you’ve been a regular for a while. All the comments and emails received have been very much appreciated.
The most popular requests were for more reviews of companies (27%), interviews with thought leaders (20%), with a fifth of those voting saying the mix was about right. The poll is still running for those of you who missed and want your vote to count. I’ll be re-running it later in the year to keep tabs on what readers want to see here on the blog.
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Over the next few days I plan on posting an interview with Dr Michael Kastan of St Judes who did a lot of stellar work on p53 and a review of Mirna Therapeutics, who have an interesting microRNA platform.
If anyone would like to suggest thought leaders or companies they would like to hear more about, please do add them in the comments below.