Media Coverage

The paper, “Targeting mitochondrial oxidative phosphorylation eradicates therapy-resistant chronic myeloid leukemic stem cells” (published in Nature Medicine), received local and national press coverage as follows University of Glasgow press release:

University of Glasgow Social Media clip: UofG research may hold the key to eradicating chronic myeloid leukaemia.

The Times - 19/09/2017: Leukaemia cure breakthrough with treatment for pneumonia

The Scotsman - 19/09/2017: The prospect of a cure for one of the most common forms of leukaemia has been raised by Scottish scientists/Scottish scientists hail drug as potential cure for leukaemia - 18/09/2017: An antibiotic used to treat pneumonia has been hailed as a potential new cure for leukaemia. Antibiotic drug hailed as potential cure for leukaemia by killing off cancerous stem cells

Central 103.1 FM - 19/09/2017 12:01:02 (Radio Interview): A new study by the University of Glasgow has suggested an antibiotic could be used in future to eradicate leukaemia cells in patients. Includes interview with Dr Vignir Helgason.