This week’s news features health warning on cigarettes and long-term results from a trial testing engineered immune cells in aggressive lymphoma.
In this instalment of our Science Surgery series, we’re tackling a question we were asked on second cancers.
The NHS Cancer Workforce Plan lays out new promises to boost staff numbers in diagnosis and treatment.
This week saw diabetes and extra weight linked to cancer, as well as a case of a man whose HIV was brought under control by a lung cancer drug.
Two important cancer genes cooperate to make lung cancers more aggressive in mice, according to new research.
Our top stories this week include the NHS’ commitments to early diagnosis, a budget boost for research, and trials for new experimental treatments.
The START trials provided the evidence needed to change practice for women having radiotherapy to treat breast cancer.
NHS chief, Simon Stevens, has made a string of announcements that he says will help the NHS in England diagnose cancers earlier and improve cancer services.
This week saw two breast cancer drugs approved in England, and Scotland winning the right to set a minimum price for units of alcohol.