National and international developments in cancer, health and policy. Produced in collaboration with the Press Association unless otherwise stated.
Cancer treatments that harness the power of the immune system might be less effective in patients whose tumours carry incorrectly packaged DNA.
A report from the National Cancer Institute in the US and the World Health Organisation has found that tobacco control measures are highly cost-effective.
A new study in mice suggests that a type of lung cancer could be split into two different diseases based on cells’ molecular fingerprints.
The Welsh government has announced “hugely positive” changes to its screening programmes for both cervical and bowel cancer.
UK scientists have revealed a number of genes that could play a role in how cancer cells spread through the body.