In this week’s news: vaping as a stop smoking tool and why a ‘cancer cure in a year’ is unlikely.
In the news this week: cervical cancer prevention, sugary drinks and should we rename certain ‘low risk’ cancers?
In the news this week: our scientists have made a calculator that predicts breast cancer risk and teenage cancer survival continues to rise.
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.
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.
In the news this week: a new experimental cervical cancer test and England’s top doctor calls for a tax on unhealthy foods.
In this week’s news: specialist prostate cancer MRI scan recommended on NHS and scientists are developing a gel spray to reduce tumour growth after surgery.
In this week’s news: why a ‘universal cancer test’ is not yet ready for patients and the UK’s largest ever lung cancer screening study will open next year.
In the news this week: cancer survival in England is still lagging behind the best and a second immunotherapy drug is made available for advanced skin cancer on the NHS.
In the news this week: more NHS patients will receive immunotherapy and we explain why a sugar supplement isn’t a proven cancer treatment just yet.