We’re looking into a certain type of cancer that is diagnosed once it has already spread, and doctors can’t find where the cancer first started growing.
In the news this week: our scientists have made a calculator that predicts breast cancer risk and teenage cancer survival continues to rise.
The results from the European EPIC have shaped our understanding of diet and cancer.
In the news this week: NHS long-term plan is published, and scientists develop a ‘sponge’ to help mop up excess chemotherapy in the blood.
The NHS long-term plan contains ambitious commitments to diagnose more cancers earlier and boost prevention, but it lacks detail on tackling staff shortages.
In the news this week: A clinical trial for a breath test that might detect cancer launches and children are eating too many sugary foods.
The first clinical trial testing Owlstone’s Breath Biopsy® technology on a range of cancer types is now open.
We asked some of our top researchers to share their personal ambitions for 2019 and the key trends that they hope to see emerge in their field.
In the news this week: a new experimental cervical cancer test and England’s top doctor calls for a tax on unhealthy foods.
A new cervical cancer test is big news this week. The science behind the headlines is exciting, but the test is a long way from being used in cervical screening.