When was the last time you saw a headline about cancer surgery? You’d be forgiven if you couldn’t remember. While the latest ‘wonder drug’ often hits the headlines, the backbone of cancer treatment for many – surgery – hardly gets a look in.
UK researchers identified a panel of 14 genetic changes that could be used to identify men at high-risk of developing more aggressive forms of prostate cancer. The Guardian and The Telegraph were among the many media outlets to cover the findings.
Fantastic news emerged from the House of Commons this week as MPs overwhelmingly agreed that they want to see standardised packaging for tobacco products in the UK. For more details on the next steps for standard packs read our blog post.
I'm sure everyone can agree, there exists a number of lines you hear from EVERYONE. Probably the #1 being... "You have to stay positive. It makes all the difference." Well, I get that... the power of positive thinking.
Where will you be in ten years’ time? It’s a tricky one – almost anything could happen. But this is the question we set ourselves to answer about radiotherapy: what will radiotherapy look like in 2024?
Tackling cancer isn’t just about treatment. More than four in 10 cases of cancer could be prevented by changes to lifestyle. And thousands more lives could be saved every year if the disease was detected and treated at an earlier stage.
The UK leads the world in the number of cancer patients who sign up to take part in clinical trials of new treatments. These trials are crucial not just to find out whether the treatments work, but also to ensure that they are safe.
Spotting when bowel cancer cells contain a double dose of DNA could predict patient survival and help doctors plan treatment, according to scientists at our London Research Institute. The New Scientist has more detail.
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