By studying small differences in our DNA, called SNPs, our scientists are showing how these could be used to help prevent cancer in the future.
Our new research shows that more than 135,000 cases of cancer could be prevented in the UK each year largely through lifestyle changes.
This British Science Week we’ll be catching up with some of our pioneering scientists that are tackling cancer differently.
Our new research shows that a one-off PSA test doesn’t save lives from prostate cancer.
Our new research partnership is exploring common ground between arthritis and cancer, which could bring benefits to patients on both sides.
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.
By combining radiotherapy with different kinds of drugs, scientists hope that both can be made more effective.
The damage caused to specialised stem cells’ DNA could help explain why drinking increases the risk of cancer.