In this week’s news: Women don’t turn up to smear tests due to embarrassment and Tessa Jowell spoke about her brain tumour diagnosis.
We spoke to Professor Margaret Frame, from the Cancer Research UK Edinburgh Centre, about her OBE for her contribution to cancer research.
The week’s top stories: developing a cancer blood test and is screening all women over 30 for faulty genes the way forward in breast cancer?
A cancer blood test is in the news today, but it’s too early to say if it will work. We take a look at what questions still need to be answered.
Our new report suggests that the TV shows young people watch the most carry junk food adverts, and that young people remember seeing them.
In this week’s cancer news: do you know alcohol causes cancer? And desperate measures are being considered around cancer care due to NHS staff shortages.
CRISPR genome editing has received lots of attention and hype, so we took a look at what it really means for the future of cancer research.
2017’s most Googled health question was ‘What is cancer?’. So what really is it? This blog post delves into the details.
A leaked hospital memo suggested that chemotherapy treatment could be delayed for cancer patients due to staff shortages. This is totally unacceptable.
By combining radiotherapy with different kinds of drugs, scientists hope that both can be made more effective.