Women with the most common type of breast cancer could benefit from staying on key drugs for a decade, research suggests.
An expandable tube that unblocks the bowel before surgery could lead to fewer cancer patients – diagnosed as emergencies – needing a colostomy bag.
Twice a day radiotherapy halves treatment time and is equally good at treating small cell lung cancer
Having radiotherapy once a day for six and a half weeks or twice a day for three weeks – with chemotherapy – is equally good at treating small cell lung cancer.
Giving chemotherapy after radiotherapy delays further growth of a rare type of brain tumour, increasing the number of patients alive at five years.
Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens launches the UK arm of a large international clinical trial* for a type of children’s brain tumour, called ependymoma.
Set up and delivery of UK cancer multi-centre clinical trials will become more efficient and easier to get off the ground, thanks to a new agreement between UK
An experimental drug that stimulates the immune system, used in combination with chemotherapy, shrank tumours in patients with pancreatic cancer.
UK researchers running a clinical trial have presented some exciting preliminary results at a European breast cancer conference
From immunotherapy to 'targeted' drugs, we report back from a recent conference on lung cancer.
We take a look at our latest immunotherapy clinical trial, testing a new drug for people with head and neck cancers.