The current consensus is that, right now, there isn’t a large enough body of evidence to prove that cannabis (or any of its active compounds or derivatives) can reliably treat any form of cancer but the medical use of cannabis to treat cancer-related chronic pain is approved in the UK.
Today marks the two-year anniversary of the UK entering COVID-19 lockdown for the first time. What has it been like for the charity’s nurses running the cancer helpline?
For International Women’s Day, we spoke to three of our incredible researchers about their experiences as women in cancer research and what they think we need to do to secure the next generation of talented scientists.
The first analysis in over 10 years looking at which ethnic groups in England are more likely to get cancer has now been published by Cancer Research UK analysts.
Chief scientist Karen Vousden, contemplates the advances coming from cell biology and genomics and why the new frontiers of cancer research require a systems biology approach.
From 1 April, we’re investing £100 million over five years into seven Cancer Research UK Centres across the UK.
The charity publishes its gender and ethnicity pay gap reports.