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Amy Warnock

Amy studied neuroscience at the University of Edinburgh before completing her PhD in the neuroendocrinology of feeding behaviour. She then moved into science communication, having worked in both the charitable and higher education sectors. She joined Cancer Research UK in 2022 where she manages the digital news team.
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Visitors at the National Biomarker Centre

Today marks the opening of the Cancer Research UK National Biomarker Centre, a new state-of-the-art facility in Manchester which will help experts detect cancer at an earlier stage – when there are usually more treatment options available. Today marks the opening of the Cancer Research UK National Biomarker Centre, a new state-of-the-art facility in Manchester which will help experts detect cancer at an earlier stage – when there are usually more treatment options available.

by Amy Warnock | News | 14 June 2024

14 June 2024

The sun shining in a blue sky

New analysis shows that melanoma skin cancer rates in the UK have increased by almost a third over the past decade New analysis shows that melanoma skin cancer rates in the UK have increased by almost a third over the past decade

by Amy Warnock | News | 27 May 2024

27 May 2024

A cloud of smoke

We’re exploring some of the tactics that the tobacco industry has historically used to try to prevent tobacco control initiatives, so you know what to look out for. We’re exploring some of the tactics that the tobacco industry has historically used to try to prevent tobacco control initiatives, so you know what to look out for.

by Amy Warnock | Analysis | 15 April 2024

15 April 2024

A man talking to a GP

Why isn’t there a screening programme for prostate cancer? Here, we take a look at some of the latest research into PSA testing to find out.  Why isn’t there a screening programme for prostate cancer? Here, we take a look at some of the latest research into PSA testing to find out. 

by Amy Warnock | Analysis | 6 April 2024

6 April 2024

A picture of Billy with his twin sons wearing CRUK tshirts

Billy Boyle, a 45-year-old businessman from Cambridge, plans to run seven marathons in seven days along the length of the Thames Path, all to raise vital funds for charities close to his heart. Billy Boyle, a 45-year-old businessman from Cambridge, plans to run seven marathons in seven days along the length of the Thames Path, all to raise vital funds for charities close to his heart.

by Amy Warnock | Personal stories | 28 March 2024

28 March 2024

Prostate Cancer cell image taken using a Scanning Electron Microscope

Research published in Cell Genomics today has shown that prostate cancer, which affects one in six men in the UK in their lifetime, includes two different subtypes of the disease, also known as evotypes. Research published in Cell Genomics today has shown that prostate cancer, which affects one in six men in the UK in their lifetime, includes two different subtypes of the disease, also known as evotypes.

by Amy Warnock | News | 29 February 2024

29 February 2024

A microscope image showing cells affected by Barrett's oesophagus, a precancer that can lead to oesophageal cancer.

For oesophageal cancer awareness month, we’ve rounded up four of our articles on the latest research into oesophageal cancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention.   For oesophageal cancer awareness month, we’ve rounded up four of our articles on the latest research into oesophageal cancer diagnosis, treatment and prevention.  

by Amy Warnock | Analysis | 9 February 2024

9 February 2024

Microscopic images of pleural fluid cytology of a small cell oat cell carcinoma
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10 ways we’ve influenced progress in lung cancer

From uncovering some of the causes of lung cancer, through to contributing to drugs used to treat it, here are 10 ways we have worked towards progress in lung cancer. From uncovering some of the causes of lung cancer, through to contributing to drugs used to treat it, here are 10 ways we have worked towards progress in lung cancer.

by Amy Warnock | In depth | 1 November 2023

1 November 2023

CRUK Scotland Institute

Today we announced our largest ever investment in Scotland of up to £123m as part of a seven-year commitment to the Cancer Research UK Scotland Institute Today we announced our largest ever investment in Scotland of up to £123m as part of a seven-year commitment to the Cancer Research UK Scotland Institute

by Amy Warnock | News | 20 September 2023

20 September 2023

A female researcher in the lab smiling

Thanks to advances in cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment, more than one million deaths have been avoided in the UK since the mid-1980s. We’re celebrating just a few of our cancer research milestones over the past 40 years. And, to show just what they mean, we’re highlighting some of the special moments they’ve made possible.  Thanks to advances in cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment, more than one million deaths have been avoided in the UK since the mid-1980s. We’re celebrating just a few of our cancer research milestones over the past 40 years. And, to show just what they mean, we’re highlighting some of the special moments they’ve made possible. 

by Amy Warnock | In depth | 1 September 2023

1 September 2023

a smoking cigarette

New analysis released on World No Tobacco Day by Cancer Research UK estimates that tobacco causes the death of one person every five minutes in the UK New analysis released on World No Tobacco Day by Cancer Research UK estimates that tobacco causes the death of one person every five minutes in the UK

by Amy Warnock | News | 31 May 2023

31 May 2023