The latest news in cancer research, health and policy by Cancer Research UK.
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Brain And Spinal Cord Tumours
Scientists may have discovered a new way to treat a type of childhood brain tumour that has proved incurable up until now.
Cancer Research UK's Drug Development Office has opened the first trial of a new type of leukaemia drug.
There is no evidence to suggest that mobile phone usage increases the risk of glioma, according to results of a study published by the BMJ.
Research looking at how different genes are turned on and off in cancer cells is providing new insights in our understanding of brain tumours.
Seve Ballesteros is asking golfers across the UK to support `Seve Summer' to help raise money towards life-saving research into brain cancers.
A drug that has been used to treat alcoholic patients for more than sixty years could potentially help treat glioblastoma.
Scientists from the UK have helped to identify a number of genetic variants that appear to increase a person's risk of developing glioma.
A molecule originally implicated in DNA repair may also be a crucial factor in preventing tumours such as medulloblastoma, a type of childhood brain tumour.