The latest news in cancer research, health and policy by Cancer Research UK.
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Cancer Research UK has cautiously welcomed the results of a US gene therapy trial.
The recent increase in survival for children with cancer is due to more patients taking part in clinical trials, according a British study.
Radon gas1 in ordinary homes across the country increases the risk of lung cancer, particularly among smokers, according to research published online in the British...
At least 5,600 more children have survived for at least five years after being diagnosed with cancer than would have done if survival rates had remained as they were in...
Research which suggests that semen may encourage the growth of cervical or womb tumours is unlikely to affect women with cervical cancer, Cancer Research UK has said.
US scientists have found evidence that celecoxib could help prevent lung cancer in patients who used to smoke with an increased risk of the disease.
Scientists have discovered that experimental drugs first developed for breast and ovarian cancer could be used to treat lung cancer.
Obese women are less likely to survive ovarian cancer, new research has suggested The risks of being diagnosed with ovarian cancer have been previously linked to body mass...