With the Government redesigning the immigration system, we spoke to Dr Susanne Gatz about the importance of travelling across Europe for her work.
Diagnosing cancer at its earliest and most treatable stages is vital to help more people survive their cancer. But it requires having enough NHS staff in place.
With the Government redesigning the immigration system, we spoke to scientist Ines Figueiredo about her experiences of moving to and working in the UK.
‘The word ‘legacy’ is often overused, but not about the late Baroness Tessa Jowell’. Michelle Mitchell reflects on Cancer Research UK’s new brain tumour funding.
Changing clinical research training could make this career path more flexible, and help retain female scientists. We speak to a researcher for their take.
The roll-out of mobile NHS scanners will save lives from lung cancer. But staff shortages, stop smoking services and treatment inequalities can’t be ignored.
The world’s largest tobacco company launched a campaign to encourage people to quit smoking. But if they wanted that to happen, they’d stop making cigarettes.
Following the publication of a new piece of cancer research, one of our colleagues reflects on the contribution his late fiancee made in making it happen.
As part of our Annual Review 2017/18, our outgoing CEO, Sir Harpal Kumar, shares how our knowledge of cancer has changed in the last 15 years.
Professor Jack Cuzick has received our Lifetime Achievement Award for his work on cancer prevention and detection.