Cancer Research UK has today launched its first charity-wide Equality, Diversity and Inclusion strategy, outlining the charity’s commitments to improve progress
Scientists discover a way to target cancer’s nutritional needs, which could lead to a new way to treat the disease.
Ultraviolet radiation can cause a rare type of eye cancer, conjunctival melanoma.
A new study funded by Cancer Research UK shows that the immune response to COVID-19 is the same in people with solid tumours compared to those without cancer.
After decades of no luck, scientists have finally found a way to target the KRAS mutation – a common mutation found in several hard-to-treat cancers.
Young people are being exposed to junk food adverts across social media, streaming services and by celebrities and influencers
A crisis in charity research funding caused by the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to delay the pace of life saving discoveries.
Cancer Research UK scientists have invented a new experimental drug that aims to harness the full power of the body’s own immune system.