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News digest – screening review, exercise, NICE decisions and psoriasis

In the news this week: a new screening review encourages appointment times to fit in more with busy lifestyles, and how can exercise help with cancer

Science blog
Carving out a research niche in early detection: Charlie Massie, Career Development Fellow

Charlie explains how he demonstrated the skills and experience we expect of a Career Development Fellow.

Research Feature
"If my energy ever flags, Mick’s there as living proof": Jill May on raising a million for cancer research

How an incurable lung cancer diagnosis compelled one City banker to swap the trading floor for fundraising events that have raised over £1m towards our

Philanthropy and partnerships
Targeted breast cancer treatment approved for NHS use in England

A new treatment for early stage breast cancer will be made available for certain patients on the NHS in England.

News report
Cancer Research UK and Nitto ATP Finals team up to help beat cancer

The ATP and Cancer Research UK have today announced a new partnership for the final two editions of the Nitto ATP Finals in London (2019-2020).

Press release
Tennis aces Greg Rusedski and Ross Hutchins serve up a treasure hunt in Cancer Research UK shops

Greg Rusedski and Ross Hutchins volunteered at one of Cancer Research UK’s shops to launch the two-year partnership between CRUK and the Nitto ATP Finals

Press release
Improving cancer screening: what does the latest review recommend?

What do the latest recommendations from Sir Mike Richards mean for screening in England? We take a look.

Science blog
Defiant men and women stand up to cancer and bare their scars in raw photo series

Sixteen men and women who have been diagnosed with cancer have taken part in a photoshoot for Stand Up To Cancer, giving an unfiltered look at the disease

Press release
News digest –  Dame Sally Davies, lung cancer predictions, fast food packaging and CRISPR

Taking blood during surgery could help scientists decide how likely lung cancer is to return after surgery, and Dame Sally Davies tackles childhood obesity

Science blog
Advanced ovarian cancer treatment approved for Cancer Drugs Fund

A targeted treatment for advanced ovarian cancer has been approved for use on the NHS in England and will be paid for by the Cancer Drugs Fund.

News report