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‘Johns Hopkins’ cancer update emails are a hoax

Hoax emails about cancer risks and treatments are misleading and confusing, so don’t pass them on. Here are the facts behind the claims.

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Raising awareness of cancer clinical trials

We feature three personal stories about cancer clinical trials, showing the vital role they play in developing news ways to treat cancer.

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‘It seemed like the surgery had never happened’ – Rosa’s story

In the third in our series of guest posts from our Cancer Campaigns Ambassadors, Rosa shares her personal story about surgery.

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My role as independent chair of the Cancer Strategy Taskforce

Our chief executive, Harpal Kumar, has been invited to be the independent chair of a new Cancer Strategy Taskforce – here he explains what that will involve.

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The Enemy Within – 50 years of fighting cancer

We look back on the last 50 years of cancer research, where we were, what we’ve achieved and what’s still left to do.

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Our highlights from 2014

We look back over 2014 and pick out a selection of highlights from our groundbreaking research and policy and campaigning work.

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A conference to keep cancer on the political agenda

We look over the key political announcements made at this year’s Britain Against Cancer conference – including treatments, early diagnosis, prevention and more.

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Wising up on older people and cancer

A new report has launched looking at what we know, and what we still need to understand, about cancer and older people in the UK – we look at the findings.

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A welcome review of how treatments get to patients

The UK Government has announced it will review the process for getting new cancer treatments to patients more quickly – so what happens next?

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Guest post: Are older cancer patients missing out on surgery?

John Butler is a Consultant Gynaecologist at the Royal Marsden Hospital. Here, he gives us his thoughts on new data on surgery in the NHS.

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