Science Blog December 12, 2013 Nikki Smith
Results from our clinical trial show a drug called anastrozole can halve the chance of developing breast cancer in some women. We explore the findings.
Science Blog August 14, 2013 Henry Scowcroft
We hear from a cancer research expert about how part of a cell’s internal skeleton links chemotherapy drugs to controlling how cells divide.
Science Blog July 18, 2013 Kat Arney
From its early development in the 1970′s to its use as an important treatment for adult brain tumours, we explore the history of the cancer drug temozolomide.
Science Blog May 26, 2013 Kat Arney
At its heart, cancer is a disease that starts when genes go wrong. This can happen when the DNA in your cells gets damaged, for example by tobacco smoke, UV rad...
Science Blog April 23, 2013 Oliver Childs
Last year we were extremely excited to launch an innovative fund to bring new cancer drugs to patients. Today we’re pleased to reveal that the fund has given ...
Science Blog April 4, 2013 Emma Smith
One of our leading experts in lung cancer, Professor Dean Fennell, shares his thoughts on this devastating disease. Lung cancer is an enormous health burden bot...
Science Blog March 13, 2013 Kat Arney
Cancer is a wily enemy. It mutates and spreads within the body and becomes resistant to treatment. Understanding and counteracting this tricksy behaviour is the...