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News digest – health warning on cigarettes, nanoparticles, ‘heat-not-burn’ tobacco and…. artificial intelligence?
This week’s news features health warning on cigarettes and long-term results from a trial testing engineered immune cells in aggressive lymphoma.
In this instalment of our Science Surgery series, we're tackling a question we were asked on second cancers.
Cancer Research UK announces the signing of a five-year drug-discovery collaboration between its subsidiary, Cancer Research Technology, and Celgene Corporation
Four in 10 patients with aggressive lymphoma were cancer-free 15 months after treatment with engineered immune cells, according to new clinical trial results.
Young people are less likely to try cigarettes with the printed health warning ‘Smoking kills’ on each stick than standard cigarettes.
News digest – fixing NHS staff shortages, childhood obesity, a ‘ground-breaking’ trial and… British bangers?
This week’s news features a promise of over 5000 extra staff to tackle NHS shortages, and a ground-breaking personalised medicine trial for pancreatic cancer.
Giving chemotherapy in higher average doses reduces the risk of early stage breast cancer coming back, according to new unpublished results.
The NHS Cancer Workforce Plan lays out new promises to boost staff numbers in diagnosis and treatment.
This week saw diabetes and extra weight linked to cancer, as well as a case of a man whose HIV was brought under control by a lung cancer drug.