The latest news in cancer research, health and policy by Cancer Research UK.
We cover developments in cancer treatments, research into cancer risk and diagnosis as well as the latest cancer science stories. You'll also find analysis and comment on health and cancer policy.
Cancer Research UK has cautiously welcomed the preliminary results of research suggesting that blood tests could be used to detect the spread of breast cancer.
Danish scientists have found no evidence to suggest that fertility drugs increase a woman's risk of ovarian cancer.
A treatment that tackles anaemia in cancer patients can help boost their energy levels and significantly improve their quality of life, researchers reveal in the British...
Cancer researchers have proposed that foods which affect the absorption of anti-cancer drugs may be used to increase the drugs' effectiveness.
Ovarian cancer may be driven by the same natural process that causes women's fallopian tubes to develop, US researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology have said...
Women who quit smoking have about a 20 percent lower risk of death from smoking-related cancers within five years of quitting, as well as a substantially reduced risk of...
Researchers have developed a 'tumour paint' which, when injected, could make it easier for surgeons to tell the difference between cancerous and healthy tissue.