The latest news in cancer research, health and policy by Cancer Research UK.
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Many more lung cancer patients would survive for longer if they had surgery to remove the disease, according to research published in the European Journal of Cancer.
Cuts to radiotherapy waiting times are saving around 2,500 lives annually in England, according to a letter published online in the British Medical Journal.
Smoking accounts for up to 60 per cent of the gender gap in death rates across Europe, according to a new study by scientists.
England rugby stars Phil Vickery, Kyran Bracken and Martin Corry lined up before flying off to the Rugby World Cup to tackle the issue of skin cancer with Cancer Research...
Channel 4 and Cancer Research UK are joining forces to launch ‘Stand Up To Cancer’ in the UK. Television, music and film stars will come together in October in a new...
A provocative new theory that breast cancer cells can self-seed by wandering off round the body and returning to the primary tumour, or can stay in the body for several...
The benefits of X-ray screening to detect early lung cancers remain ambiguous, a US trial has said, finding that it did not significantly reduce overall mortality.