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One year on from signing up to the Shared Commitment to Patient Involvement, we’re reflecting on our successes in involving people affected by cancer in research, but also on where we strive to do better.
These are some of the biggest questions in cancer research. Cancer Grand Challenges are looking for research teams that can help answer them.
New analysis by Cancer Research UK has revealed that up to 75,000 GP appointments could be freed up each month in England if the UK Government put an end to smoking.
Our nurses have answered some of the frequently asked questions they hear on our Cancer Awareness Roadshow and at Cancer Awareness in the Workplace sessions.
Making your research accessible to those with colour blindness is actually quite an easy fix…
Cancer cells use electricity to help them spread. A new study shows it might be key to controlling their other behaviours, too.
Cancer vaccine development has had many challenges. But with recent breakthroughs and new partnerships, could we be closer than ever?
Aggressive cancers use ecDNA to evolve quickly and resist treatment. This is how we found that out, and how we’re going to stop it.
Researchers at the University of Sheffield have developed a new magnetic device we could use to make more chemotherapy drugs effective against brain tumours.
Cancer Research Matters provokes conversation around cancer science, how it shapes our understanding of the disease and the challenges we face as we develop therapies.