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The vast majority of advanced prostate tumours contain genetic faults that make them sensitive to drugs already available or in development.
Certain men with advanced prostate cancer may benefit from a drug originally developed to treat breast and ovarian cancers
Cancer Research UK and the Medical Research Council jointly launched a Stratified Medicine Consortium to help personalise bowel cancer treatment
The minister for life sciences has unveiled £13.7 million of funding for ‘stratified medicine’ research through the Medical Research Council.
A new drug – crizotinib (Xalkori) – may be more beneficial than chemotherapy for some lung cancer patients.
US scientists have developed an improved method of collecting and growing rogue cancer cells from blood samples.