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This month - dye spots early signs of oesophageal cancer, prostate cancer drug rejected by NICE, faulty gene linked to better ovarian cancer survival, new drug trial to...
We discuss breast cancer screening, citizen science, and childhood cancer. Plus highlights from this year's NCRI Cancer Conference.
Children conceived using In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) and similar techniques have no increased overall risk of cancer in childhood.
Immune cells, known as Natural Killer T cells, could be redirected to help fight the childhood cancer, neuroblastoma, according to research.
More than eight in 10 children with cancer now survive, compared to just three in 10 in the late 1960s.
UKCCSG 25th Anniversary Conference Britain's survival rates for the most common forms of children's cancer now match those of the US - universally acknowledged as the gold...
Unravelling the genetic secrets behind a range of cancers is the aim of a new initiative from Cancer Research UK.
A large proportion of medulloblastomas are infected with a virus, according to work published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.