Scientists are using machine learning to hunt for early signs of lung cancer in the blood.
Scientists are developing a new drug that combines chemotherapy and light therapy.
Scientists have discovered it’s possible to identify some cancers by searching for microbial DNA ‘signatures’ in the blood.
Maintaining a healthy diet and not smoking are some of the main lifestyle changes that could mean 400 fewer cancer cases are diagnosed each day.
Last year, the Government set a target to make England tobacco-free by 2030, but new figures reveal we’re 7 years behind.
In the news this week: statins may reduce risk of ovarian cancer and scientists reveal how cancer cells communicate.
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.
In the news this week: cervical cancer progress in Britain has stalled in the last decade, as screening uptake remains stubbornly low.