Brain And Spinal Cord Tumours
Cancer Research UK's Drug Development Office has opened the first trial of a new type of leukaemia drug.
There is no evidence to suggest that mobile phone usage increases the risk of glioma, according to results of a study published by the BMJ.
Research looking at how different genes are turned on and off in cancer cells is providing new insights in our understanding of brain tumours.
A molecule originally implicated in DNA repair may also be a crucial factor in preventing tumours such as medulloblastoma, a type of childhood brain tumour.
A drug that has been used to treat alcoholic patients for more than sixty years could potentially help treat glioblastoma.
Scientists from the UK have helped to identify a number of genetic variants that appear to increase a person's risk of developing glioma.
A collaboration of scientific disciplines is developing pioneering software to design radiotherapy tailored to an individual.
There is no link between using a mobile phone and developing tumours in the brain or central nervous system.