Last week, the UK Government announced what it would spend money on next year. Overall, the results were a mixed bag – but a step in the right direction, writes Michelle Mitchell.
Today, the Chancellor set out the UK Government’s spending priorities for the next year. Here’s what was announced today and what it could mean for cancer.
We caught up with 4 people with cancer during the pandemic, including Sarah, who’s waiting to hear when her surgery can go ahead.
Our network members are amazing, and we’ve done some brilliant work together, writes our director of information and involvement.
A team of our scientists at University College London have developed a potential new immunotherapy drug and caused another paradigm shift in our understanding of how cancer immunotherapy works.
We’re calling on UK governments to stand by their commitments to improving cancer survival and make sure everyone can receive the care they deserve.
As coronavirus cases continue to rise in the UK, we look at how cancer clinical trials have been affected by the pandemic.
As many as 50,000 people in the UK have an undiagnosed cancer as a result of the disruption caused by coronavirus, according to Macmillan Cancer Support.
Researchers have found an existing ovarian cancer blood test is far more predictive than originally thought and could potentially pick up other forms of cancer.