A new genetic test could be able to predict which early-stage lung cancer patients will require immediate chemotherapy, say researchers.
Researchers have developed a non-invasive method of predicting whether chemotherapy is likely to be effective against a particular tumour.
A key cause of drug resistance in cancer cells has been identified by European and US researchers.
SCIENTISTS have revealed for the first time that cancer cells can reverse a process which irrevocably commits normal cells to die, in a study published in the British...
A new treatment increases survival to almost 70 per cent for children whose acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL) returns.
Scientists have discovered how a combination of two drugs - already showing promise in clinical trials - destroys pancreatic cancer cells,
A new method of delivering chemotherapy drugs could avoid negative side effects such as sickness and hair loss, Bath University researchers have claimed.
Women with breast cancer who were given chemotherapy following surgery fared better than women who were given no chemotherapy, according to a large University of Oxford...
More than a third of men who bank their sperm prior to cancer treatment do not attend a single follow-up appointment to assess their fertility.
Cancer Research UK scientists hope to use a simple blood test to discover which ovarian cancer patients become resistant to chemotherapy - says a leading researcher at the...