Lymphoma patients in England are among the first in the world to be offered new CAR T cell therapy.
A personalised immunotherapy treatment will now be available in Scotland for some adults living with an aggressive form of lymphoma.
Testing cancer drugs on miniature replicas of a patient’s tumour could help doctors tailor treatment, according to new research.
Doctors are closer to personalising treatment for some cancers as genetic analysis of tumours becomes more commonplace.
The first cancer patient in Europe has been scanned with technique that could enable doctors to see whether a drug is working within a few days.
A new test could help patients with advanced bowel cancer get the best treatment for their disease.
A small UK clinical trial has found that a drug developed to target inherited gene faults could benefit some men whose prostate cancer has spread.
A new conference helping doctors navigate one of the most important scientific questions faced by the cancer community could help improve survival for patients.
A Cancer Research UK study has identified chemical ‘tags’ on DNA in patients’ tumours that could help doctors decide the type of chemotherapy women with advanced ovarian cancer should receive, according to a new paper published in the journal Clinical Cancer Research.
Cancer Research UK announced today that Emma Griffin will be assuming the role of Chair of the Board for Cancer Research UK’s Catalyst Club with immediate effect.