Brain Tumour Primary
Cancer Research UK scientists have taken steps to overcome drug resistance in glioblastoma, the most common type of brain tumour in adults.
US scientists have successfully used an experimental drug to treat mice with an aggressive form of childhood brain cancer.
A new computer-based method of analysing biological data has been used to unearth the genetic roots of an aggressive form of brain cancer
A new brain cancer therapy has become the first in the UK to be deemed 'promising' as part of a scheme to speed up access to experimental treatments.
Researchers in France may have discovered why some patients with a type of brain tumour have epileptic seizures.
We asked our chief scientist, Professor Nic Jones, about why he’s so excited about our new research strategy, which we launched today.
Promising results in phase 1 trial lead immatics to continue work on vaccine (IMA950) for glioblastoma
A new cancer vaccine (IMA950) for glioblastoma has met the two primary endpoints of safety and immunogenicity in a Cancer Research UK trial.