News Post List
News digest – lung cancer in non-smokers, targeted clinical trials, pancreatic cancer ‘chatter’ and immigration
In the news this week: Lung cancer in never-smokers is on the rise and reading tumour DNA could match patients to early stage clinical trials.
How does bacon cause cancer? New research shows that moderate processed and red meat eating increases bowel cancer risk.
Scientists have found a new way in which cells that surround pancreatic cancers in mice can help the tumours grow.
Scientists could help match cancer patients with no other treatment options to clinical trials with experimental medicines
In the news this week: even moderation consumption of red and processed meat can increase bowel cancer risk.
Potential new drug targets for an aggressive type of brain tumour have been uncovered in the lab, thanks to a ‘reverse engineering’ approach using DNA editing.
It's hard to talking about cancers 'knowing' something, but they can have predictable patterns of spread. And scientists are beginning to understand why.
People who eat red and processed meat within department of health guidelines are still at increased risk of bowel cancer, a Cancer Research UK study* has found.
Three cancer drugs have been approved for patients on the NHS in Scotland, including a drug for some patients with advanced liver cancer.
News digest – cancer ‘vaccine factories’, cataloguing DNA weaknesses, NHS drug decisions and cancer sniffing canines
In this week’s news: scientists use CRISPR to catalogue cancer’s weaknesses and researchers train cancer sniffing canines.