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Teenagers and young adults with cancer have to deal with unique challenges. We’re using our expertise to help tackle them.
For Teenage and Young Adult Cancer Awareness Month, we’re hearing from four supporters who’ve faced the unique challenges of teenage cancer.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has recommended zanubrutinib (Brukinsa) as an option for treating some people…
Ibrutinib, a drug used to treat Waldenstrom’s macroglobulinaemia, is not being recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence in England
Three new treatment options made available for cancer patients in Scotland.
Three new cancer drugs have been given the go-ahead by the Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) for routine use in Scotland, two for non small cell lung cancer and one for Hodgkin lymphoma, but a fourth has been rejected.
How scientific expertise, funding and entrepreneurship came together for the development of an antibody-drug conjugate targeting lymphoma.
Cancer Research UK is collaborating with Aleta Biotherapeutics (Aleta) to trial a new therapy that ‘reboots’ a treatment for some people with blood cancer whose cancer starts to come back.
We spoke to Dr Kate Cwynarski, who led the Stand Up To Cancer-funded MARIETTA trial, a clinical trial which details a “potentially transforming” treatment for some patients with secondary CNS lymphoma.
The three latest SMC decisions will provide new treatment options for some adults with non small cell lung cancer, multiple myeloma and a rare type of lymphoma.