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Only around a fifth of women at higher risk of developing breast cancer think they need to take a drug proven to help prevent the disease.
News digest – cancer survival, cervical screening, immunotherapy on the NHS and US targeted drug approval
In the news this week: cancer survival in England is still lagging behind the best and a second immunotherapy drug is made available for advanced skin cancer on the NHS....
An immunotherapy drug will be made available to some patients with advanced melanoma skin cancer on the NHS in England.
Cancer Research UK, the Francis Crick Institute and Bristol-Myers Squibb join forces to map out lung cancer immunology
This collaboration will help develop a ‘rule book’ to guide precision combination immunotherapies and to speed up the development of new lung cancer treatments.
A targeted cancer drug will now be available for some adults with advanced liver cancer on the NHS.
Restricting the ability of cancer cells to metabolise sugar could make oncolytic viruses more effective at attacking them.
A technique to get more information from the blood of cancer patients than previously possible has been developed.
11-year-old cancer survivor and aspiring ballerina, Charlie, had her dream come true when she danced with the ballerinas from The Royal Ballet's The Nutcracker
It can take up to a year for some bowel cancer patients in the UK to start treatment, according to international research coordinated by Cancer Research UK.