GP Registrars are experienced doctors undertaking specialised training to become GPs. Answering questions at the Recruitment to General Practice meeting held at the BMA today John Hutton said he had no indication that the amount of GP Registrars cannot be expanded as planned, but he’d not hesitate to part of if necessary. It is definitely not component of our agenda to cut back on the number of GP registrars he stated. Morecambe Bay GP, Dr David Wrigley, reported that plans to allow every doctor in training get first hand connection with general practice appeared to be threatened by funding shortfalls.‘With growing use of immune therapy to treat advanced forms of prostate malignancy, there is great interest in exploring the impact that this type of treatment could have on the disease at a pre-metastatic stage,’ he said. Related StoriesNew RNA test of blood platelets may be used to identify location of cancerFDA grants accelerated authorization for Tagrisso to treat sufferers with advanced NSCLCNew vaccine appears to be far better in reducing 'awful' LDL cholesterolAdults who are identified as having prostate cancer that’s unresponsive to hormone therapy rather than visible on imaging exams such as a CT scan and a bone scan, and have a rising PSA level, meet the criteria to be a part of the trial, although various other criteria must be met.