We investigate organoids, the latest way that scientists are growing cancer cells in the lab to help test hundreds of cancer drugs.
Hodgkin lymphoma patients can be spared the serious side effects of chemotherapy thanks to high-tech scans that can predict the outcome of treatment.
Giving chemotherapy after radiotherapy delays further growth of a rare type of brain tumour, increasing the number of patients alive at five years.
A gene test may improve the way doctors treating women with early-stage breast cancer identify those who can safely avoid post-surgery chemotherapy.
An experimental drug that stimulates the immune system, used in combination with chemotherapy, shrank tumours in patients with pancreatic cancer.
Using low doses of chemotherapy to keep cancer at bay might be more effective than trying to destroy the tumour outright.
To mark World Cancer Day, we take a look at how our discoveries over the decades are helping cancer patients all over the world right now.
We explore our seventh Grand Challenge, attempting to pull off the ultimate cell heist and use new 'smart drugs' to selectively kill cancer cells.
We look at three exciting new projects funded through our Pioneer Award scheme.
There are microscopic communities living inside all of us.
These communities are made up of bacteria that happily live on or inside our bodies. Each community is...