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Researchers based at the Francis Crick Institute have published new results from TRACERx, revealing the secrets of how lung cancer can evolve, spread and resist treatment.
We’re helping treble funding for paediatric Experimental Cancer Medicine Centres, paving the way to more effective and less toxic treatments for children and young people.
New results from the Cancer Research UK-funded PEACE study have revealed how some skin cancers stop responding to treatment at the end of life.
These are some of the biggest questions in cancer research. Cancer Grand Challenges are looking for research teams that can help answer them.
Researchers at the University of Sheffield have developed a new magnetic device we could use to make more chemotherapy drugs effective against brain tumours.
We’ve helped double brain tumour survival over the past 40 years. Now, researchers are combining some of our most successful drugs, temozolomide and PARP inhibitors, to make glioblastoma treatment more effective.
Researchers have found a way to deliver cancer-killing viruses to tumours by hiding them inside immune cells.
Giving colon cancer patients chemotherapy before surgery cuts their risk of the disease coming back, according to a trial we funded.
As our 20th anniversary year draws to a close, we’re celebrating some of the pioneering women who have contributed to impactful cancer research and paved the way for even more.
Researchers have found a drug that targets the tumour microenvironment that could improve treatment for certain cancers. But it might not be the kind of drug you expect.