Our scientists in Cambridge have developed a specialised camera that could help detect precancerous changes that may develop into oesophageal cancer.
Scientists have developed an endoscope that uses near-infrared light to spot early warning signs of oesophageal cancer.
Scientists have discovered that oesophageal cancer can be classified into three different subtypes, paving the way for testing targeted treatments.
Oesophageal cancers could stem from more than just cells growing out of control.
Read about how we're approaching the challenge of understanding and treating lung, pancreatic, oesophageal cancers and brain tumours.
We investigate organoids, the latest way that scientists are growing cancer cells in the lab to help test hundreds of cancer drugs.
We look at the latest round of innovative and exciting new projects we're funding in population research.
We look at the evidence on childhood obesity and cancer, uncovering a potential direct link between obesity in childhood and raised cancer risk in adults.