Henry spent four years at university studying biochemistry before realising that the laboratory life wasn’t for him, and going to work for a science journal instead. From there, he went on to do a Masters in Science Communication and, after a brief flirtation with science journalism, in 2003 he started working for Cancer Research UK. He manages the charity’s news feed and this blog.
Category: Science Blog October 9, 2014
Two new studies reveal the processes in our cells that cause lung cancers develop – a process that can take more than twenty years.
Category: Science Blog September 27, 2014
Can changes in skirt size predict breast cancer risk? Can raised blood calcium detect cancer early? Probably not! Find out why in our weekly news digest.
Category: Science Blog September 5, 2014
A look at some recent findings from the US, from researchers studying how prostate cancers can be resistant to two new drugs – abiraterone and enzalutamide
Category: Science Blog August 22, 2014
We take a look at science behind widespread but overblown media reports that Botox could be used to treat stomach cancer
Category: Science Blog August 15, 2014
Just a week after the controversy over breast cancer drug Kadcyla, the inflexibilities within the UK’s disparate drug approval systems have been pulled into s...
Category: Science Blog July 23, 2014
Find out how, with thanks from Cancer Research UK scientists, bowel cancer treatment has “phenomenally” improved from when Nicola’s mother had the disease.