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Young people are less likely to try cigarettes with the printed health warning ‘Smoking kills’ on each stick than standard cigarettes.
Combining information from different cancer scans could offer a way to predict if immunotherapy will work, according to a small unpublished study.
Patients are around five times more likely to have surgery, and less likely to have chemotherapy, if they are diagnosed at the earliest stage.
Fewer than 10 errors in the DNA inside cells are enough to drive development of a cancer, according to new estimates.
A new approach to targeting key cancer-linked proteins, thought to be ‘undruggable’, has been discovered through an alliance between industry and academia
New research suggests injury to the cells that line blood vessels could be behind severe side effects that some patients have after CAR T cell therapy.
Women with disabilities are a third less likely to participate in breast cancer screening and a quarter less likely to take part in bowel cancer screening.
Denise Welch opens up about losing her mum to cancer and shares happy memories from the extra 20 years research gave her
Denise backs campaign encouraging people to support Cancer Research UK's lifesaving research by 'opting-in' to hear from them.
US scientists have made a handheld device that can distinguish between tumour and healthy tissue in the lab. This could one day help improve cancer surgery.