Oliver studied Natural Sciences at Bath University. He spent several years working in science publishing in various editorial roles, including as Copy Editor of Nature Reviews Cancer. He’s also worked as a freelance medical and healthcare copywriter. Oliver worked in Cancer Research UK’s News and Multimedia team between 2009 and 20014, helping to manage the charity’s blog and news feed.
UK cancer imaging is set to get a £35 million boost – we explain why this is important in the fight against cancer.
Category: Science blog September 28, 2013
Here’s our pick of the week’s big cancer news stories, including the future for cancer classification, shark antibodies, injectable Herceptin and more.
This week’s pick of the cancer headlines include news about radiotherapy doses and breast cancer, leukaemia and nuclear power plants, plus zebrafish and more.
Here’s our pick of the week’s cancer news, including e-cigarettes, a rare genetic link to childhood leukaemia, cancer-targeting skin implants and more.
We’ve been hearing about how our work affects people all over the country who’ve been affected by cancer – see what they said and join the discussion.
This week’s cancer news included stories about laser technology for brain tumour surgery, breast cancer treatment, cancer myths and more.
Category: Science blog August 30, 2013
Take a look at our pick of the week’s cancer headlines, including ovarian cancer screening, a boost for radiotherapy, tobacco pack polling and more.
This week’s big cancer news stories included research into cancer’s genetic fingerprint, skin cancer drug approval, a childhood brain tumour trial and more.