Science Blog January 17, 2014 Kat Arney
Researchers are using a technique called Sleeping Beauty to probe the genetic faults that drive medulloblastoma, the most common type of childhood brain tumour.
Science Blog October 10, 2013 Kat Arney
Our researchers are looking at the links between tangled DNA and cancer – find out how a DNA detangling molecule could protect against tumours.
Science Blog September 16, 2013 Kat Arney
Radiotherapy is a vital cancer treatment and proton beam therapy could help deliver radiotherapy in a more precise way – find out more about the benefits.
Science Blog August 6, 2013 Henry Scowcroft
We take an in-depth look at what brain tumours are, how our knowledge about them is evolving and what this means for tackling brain tumours in the future.
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 June 5, 2013 Kat Arney
Advances in cancer imaging are helping our scientists take a closer look at childhood brain tumours, improving diagnosis and treatment selection in the future.
Science Blog April 24, 2013 Henry Scowcroft
Spotting childhood cancer early has a huge impact on how effectively that cancer can be treated – we cover the important signs for parents to watch out for.