Find out the details of the nine ideas that could answer one of our Grand Challenges in cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
In January 2012, Brian – then in his late 30s – started noticing something was wrong. “I was getting breathless doing simple chores and walking up small inclines,” he told...
An experimental treatment that uses microscopic balls – called ‘nanoparticles’ – could be used to target cancer cells within bones.
A specialised scan that takes a whole-body ‘snapshot’ could offer a less invasive way to monitor patients with the bone marrow cancer myeloma.
A protein known to be linked to inflammation may play an important role in the progression of some human cancers, scientists have revealed.