Four of the UK’s most promising cancer doctors have received a prestigious award to fund crucial research to develop and test urgently-needed treatments.
Drugs used to treat the bone condition osteoporosis could prevent 1000 breast cancer deaths a year
In the summer of 2013, mum of two, Suzanne Harford went to see the doctor after noticing unusual changes in her monthly cycle. Thinking that she might have a common non-...
If you’ve seen the news today, you’ve probably seen stories about a new ‘virotherapy’ for advanced melanoma.
On the face of it, this is exciting news. Researchers...
Today is International Clinical Trials Day, which aims to raise awareness of clinical trials – and their importance in modern medicine.
It falls on 20th May because...
A UK-led trial has found that combining a chemotherapy drug with hormone treatment extended the lives of men with advanced prostate cancer.
Measuring changes in the level of a protein in the blood detects more cases of ovarian cancer than a single measurement on its own.
In just a few weeks’ time, people will be gathering in venues up and down the country to hear the nation’s top minds discuss the latest developments in science.
Certain men with advanced prostate cancer may benefit from a drug originally developed to treat breast and ovarian cancers