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People who survive cancer want clear advice from doctors and nurses about what they should eat.
Scientists have demonstrated for the first time the ‘perfect storm’ of conditions that cells need to start forming cancer.
Cancer Research UK’s Dryathlon is challenging the nation to prove their willpower this September.
Cancer accounted for over a quarter (28%) of all registered deaths in 2015, according to figures released by the Office of National Statistics.
An international project to develop a large, globally accessible, bank of new cancer cell culture models for the research community launches today.
Children describe junk food advertising as ‘tempting’ and ‘addictive’, and say they could ‘lick the screen’, according to a new report.
Cancer Research UK scientists have launched a new app, Tumour Takedown, for smartphones and tablets that shows how some cancer treatments work.
Developing campaigns that are relevant to different cultures is vital to make sure more people from all ethnic groups get cancer symptoms checked out early.
Doctors are closer to personalising treatment for some cancers as genetic analysis of tumours becomes more commonplace.
Worrying about wasting their GP’s time is stopping people reporting cancer alarm symptoms.