Immersive cancer exhibition answers all questions about nature’s enigma

A new exhibition displaying what it’s like to have cancer and the treatment behind it has arrived in the capital.

‘Outwitting Cancer: Making sense of nature’s enigma’ is on at the Francis Crick Institute.

It provides an immersive experience transporting you into the human body.

It includes eight short films capturing conversations between cancer researchers, patients and those with a unique personal perspective on cancer including journalist George Alagiah.

That exhibition is on until the Summer of next year.

Henry has been speaking to those behind the project.


Henry Thomas-Aldridge 4th October 2021

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