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Results from a new study suggests that the most common type of brain tumour seen in children may be driven by a specific set of gene faults.
Targeting a gene known as 'the guardian of the genome' may bring a new generation of treatments for children's cancers, a leading Cancer Research UK scientist claims.
CANCER RESEARCH UK scientists at the University of Southampton have developed a potential new antibody treatment which, in the laboratory, shows significantly increased...
Children who had cancer may need to have regular monitoring to ensure their lungs remain healthy if they had a bone marrow transplantation.
New studies have found genes linked to two types of aggressive childhood brain tumour, and could aid the development of effective treatments.
Substances present in the environment may trigger certain rare kinds of childhood cancer, according to a new study1 by Cancer Research UK scientists in Manchester.
Repeated CT scans during childhood can increase the risk of developing brain tumours or leukaemia in later life.
Cancer Research UK launches an awareness drive to highlight the need for stored tumour tissue and boost confidence in research practice, as part of Children's Cancer...