Cancer Research UK on Google+ Cancer Research UK on Facebook Cancer Research UK on Twitter
Skip to main content
Donate

Let's beat cancer sooner

Cancer Research UK podcast logo

Click on the image to listen to the latest podcast

We’re thinking of changing or stopping our monthly podcasts – but we need to know what you think. Please leave us your feedback about the podcast in the comments below, to help us decide what to do. Thanks.

In this month’s podcast, we’ve got a roundup of the news from the NCRI Cancer Conference in Liverpool, held at the beginning of November.

We find out how HPV testing and vaccination could mean women only have to be screened twice in their life for cervical cancer in the future, while the latest clinical trial results show that radiotherapy combined with hormone therapy boosts survival from advanced prostate cancer.

Also, a new study shows that only half as many lung cancer patients in England are getting potentially lifesaving surgery compared to the best countries in the world.  And finally, we hear from our supporters who met their local MPs at Cancer Research UK’s first Westminster lobby event.

Listen to this month’s podcast by clicking on the player below:

Audio clip: Adobe Flash Player (version 9 or above) is required to play this audio clip. Download the latest version here. You also need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser.

Or click here to download the podcast as an mp3.

Also, the podcast is finally available on iTunes to subscribe and download for free.

Alternatively, go to the podcast homepage, where you can hear the show directly through our own Flash player. And there’s also a full transcript of the podcast available here.

We hope you enjoy it – please do let us know what you think of the podcast in the comments below.

Kat

Share this article

Comments

Don Carney November 21, 2010

I would dearly like you to continue providing these monthly news bulletins. They truly are the best bulletins around on cancer. I’d also like to add that the way the information is presented (in written form) is the most engaging I’ve experienced on the Internet. For me, I dont need to listen to the podcasts because the transcripts are so brilliant. This is really excellent work and I congratulate you all.