Cancer In The News
Scientists have uncovered two potential ways to help the immune system fight cancer better, opening up new avenues for future immunotherapy research.
This week’s cancer news features calorie crackdown plans for childhood obesity, vaping in teens and vitamin C for blood cancers. Read our digest for more.
NHS behind on waiting times, childhood obesity, golden drugs showing promise, and… at-home genetic tests? Here's our weekly news digest.
Targeted radiotherapy for breast cancer, artificial intelligence, new tricks for old drugs and... ‘bum gums’ and cancer risk? Here’s our weekly news digest.
News digest – late smear test results, dogs on prescription, cancer gene map, and… salmon sperm sunscreen?
Too many women receiving their smear test results late, dogs on prescription, study produces map of cancer genes, and… what’s this about salmon sperm sunscreen?
News digest – Tobacco strategy, cancer survival, HPV jab and boys, and finally… John McCain diagnosed with cancer
News digest – Tobacco strategy, cancer survival, HPV jab and boys, and finally… John McCain diagnosed with cancer.
News digest – radiotherapy and Brexit, public health services under strain, bacteria behaving badly and… coffee extends life?
New numbers on UK cancer diagnoses, immunotherapy research in space, badly-behaved bacteria and... could coffee extend your life? Here’s our weekly news digest.
In our new #ScienceSurgery series, we’re answering your cancer science questions. Read our answer to Victoria’s question.
Cancer patients should have routine access to genetic testing to improve diagnosis and treatment, according to England’s chief medical officer.