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A spit test that predicts people's genetic risk of prostate cancer could help find more cases earlier, according to the BARCODE 1 trial. A spit test that predicts people's genetic risk of prostate cancer could help find more cases earlier, according to the BARCODE 1 trial.

by Tim Gunn | News | 1 June 2024

1 June 2024

A medical professional drawing a dose of a vaccine from a vial with a syringe

Thousands of cancer patients in England are set to gain fast-tracked access to trials of personalised cancer vaccines following the launch of a world-leading NHS trial ‘matchmaking' service Thousands of cancer patients in England are set to gain fast-tracked access to trials of personalised cancer vaccines following the launch of a world-leading NHS trial ‘matchmaking' service

by Jacob Smith | News | 31 May 2024

31 May 2024

Sample bottles in a lab

Proteins in people's blood could be used to find and even one day prevent cancers, according to the team behind two of our latest studies. Proteins in people's blood could be used to find and even one day prevent cancers, according to the team behind two of our latest studies.

by Tim Gunn | News | 15 May 2024

15 May 2024

Vaccine vial bottles

Researchers have been granted £1.7 million of funding from Cancer Research UK and the CRIS Cancer Foundation to develop a lung cancer vaccine Researchers have been granted £1.7 million of funding from Cancer Research UK and the CRIS Cancer Foundation to develop a lung cancer vaccine

by Sophie Wedekind | News | 22 March 2024

22 March 2024

Five lollipops in assorted colours

Dr Ruchi Gupta has been funded to continue the development of a flavoured ‘lollipop’, which could help diagnose oral cancers at earlier stages. Dr Ruchi Gupta has been funded to continue the development of a flavoured ‘lollipop’, which could help diagnose oral cancers at earlier stages.

by Yvonne Ijeh | News | 22 March 2024

22 March 2024

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Cancer Grand Challenges gives a record £100m to five cancer research teams

Cancer Grand Challenges has awarded five research teams up to £20m each in its largest ever funding round. They will now take on four of the biggest questions in cancer.   Cancer Grand Challenges has awarded five research teams up to £20m each in its largest ever funding round. They will now take on four of the biggest questions in cancer.  

by Tim Gunn | News, Analysis | 6 March 2024

6 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

The flags of the UK and France flying side by side

Cancer Research UK and France’s Institut National Du Cancer (INCa) have announced a new scientific partnership to help fund world-class researchers to take on cancer’s toughest challenges Cancer Research UK and France’s Institut National Du Cancer (INCa) have announced a new scientific partnership to help fund world-class researchers to take on cancer’s toughest challenges

by Jacob Smith | News | 27 September 2023

27 September 2023