A cancer vaccine personalised to individual patients could reduce the chances of a type of blood cancer from returning, a small US study has found.
A specialised therapy that uses a patient’s own genetically altered cells could be an effective treatment for advanced leukaemia.
Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) patients given a new type of 'smart drug' in addition to chemotherapy treatment are 22 per cent less likely to relapse and around 13 per cent...
At least 5,600 more children have survived for at least five years after being diagnosed with cancer than would have done if survival rates had remained as they were in...
A common adult form of leukaemia could be treated by a drug derived from vitamin A combined with an antidepressant, according to new lab research.
A protein – already known to be involved in a cell's response to stress – called Tetratricopeptide repeat domain 5 (TTC5) is critical to the development of acute myeloid...
Treatment with genetically modified immune cells caused remission in patients with a particular type of acute leukaemia, according to a small US trial.
Schoolgirl Chloe Gambrill has won a prestigious national award for her dedication to raising money for Cancer Research UK.