Science Blog January 30, 2014 Kate Law
Shirley Harrison is a patient representative on one of our science funding committees – she explains her role and shares her story.
Science Blog October 15, 2013 Oliver Childs
Large-scale studies from across the globe are providing genetic clues that link different tumours – but what does this mean for how we define and treat cancer?
Science Blog September 27, 2013 Dan Bridge
We want to understand cancer and cure it. To do this we not only need the best scientific minds doing the very best research, but we need to find ways improve t...
Science Blog August 13, 2013 Emma Smith
Neuroblastoma is a type of childhood cancer and our researchers are pioneering new clinical trials to tackle aggressive forms of the disease – how does it work?
Science Blog August 8, 2013 Kat Arney
We turn our focus towards rare cancers and how the difficulty in tackling these diseases can be addressed through globe-spanning research collaboration.
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 20, 2013 Deborah Rodbard
We’ve written many times about clinical trials on this blog. Trials tell us which treatments work, and their results boost the progress we’re making in help...