Researchers are developing light-activated nanoparticles that can ‘rob’ cancer cells of vital survival proteins.
We caught up with a number of researchers about how COVID-19 has impacted their work, and what the next few months looks like for them.
Our scientists have uncovered more about the naked mole-rat’s resistance to cancer.
Professor Richard Gilbertson talks about the impact of COVID-19 on research at the Cancer Research UK Cambridge Centre.
Researchers are using ultrasound to destroy cancer cells by detonating microbubbles like “targeted warheads.”
Earlier this month, Public Health England published a long-awaited report confirming that COVID-19 is disproportionately affecting Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities. We spoke to Anisha and Alfred about the findings.
Because of COVID-19 and the devastating impact it’s had on our income, we could be forced to cut £150 million per year from our research funding.
Cancer services are beginning to get up and running across the country, but we’re still a long way from either restoring capacity or addressing the backlog of people waiting for tests and treatment.