Cancer experts are praising the fire service for saving 25 years of vital research from a serious fire next to the Christie Hospital in Manchester.
The full impact of the damage is still being assessed - but it could take millions of pounds to rebuild the facilities.
Cancer Research UK had feared that many projects, including studies into hard-to-treat cancers might have been lost.
Mel Barham reports.
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