Our scientists are growing a living ovarian cancer biobank in Manchester.
In the news this week: A survey has revealed a third of cancer patients fail to receive vital information and robots are used in breast cancer surgery.
In the news this week: scientists have completed the most comprehensive study of cancer genetics to date, revealing new clues that could help to detect cancer earlier.
In the news this week: protective cells lining the lungs of ex-smokers could explain why quitting smoking reduces lung cancer risk.
At 11pm on Friday 31st January, the UK will leave the European Union. And the big question is – what happens next?
In the news this week: cervical cancer progress in Britain has stalled in the last decade, as screening uptake remains stubbornly low.
In the news this week: a new type of targeted cancer drug is initial rejected for use on the NHS in England
In the news this week: our scientists want to transform the way clinical trials are run and 191 genes are linked to breast cancer development in new research.
In the news this week: AI software is just as good as a radiologist at spotting breast cancer in screening images.