News Post List
News digest – bladder cancer waiting times, crowdfunding cancer treatment and a cervical screening rebrand
In this week’s news: cervical screening campaign launches in England and research in mice suggests why cancer commonly spreads to the liver.
Less than 1 in 5 Wikipedia biographies are about women. And we wanted to change that. We held International Women's Day Wikipedia edit-a-thon to create and update pages...
Researchers have pinpointed cells in the livers of mice that create an environment cancer cells might need to settle and grow there.
Patients with a specific type of leukaemia will not have access to a new treatment after it failed to win provisional recommendation for NHS use in England.
Cancer patients who have been hospitalised for mental health problems prior to their cancer diagnosis were more likely to die from their cancer
In this week’s news: breast screening rates in the UK fall to the lowest in 10 years and a new report looks at vaping in young people.
Almost half (45%) of GB adults sit for six hours or more every day and might not be getting enough exercise, according to new research.
To mark the return of the star-studded show, cooks across the country are being called on to grab their mixing bowls and whip up their very own signature bakes
In this Science Surgery post Millie asks: ‘Why doesn’t the immune system attack cancer cells?’ The short answer is it does! But sometimes it needs a helping hand from...
News digest – smoking and melanoma, global cervical cancer rates, flexible drug pricing and great white sharks
In this week’s news: smoking may limit the body’s ability to flexible drug pricing could speed up NHS access.