Cancer Research UK estimates that 3 million fewer people were screened for cancer between March and September last year, meaning around 9,200 fewer patients started cancer treatment as a result in England alone – a 42% drop.
The Welsh Government’s decision to publish just a short statement on how it intends to improve patient care over the next 5 years is unacceptable.
We joined 46 other cancer charities to outline what we need from UK Governments and the NHS coming out of the pandemic to move towards world-leading services.
We caught up with people living with cancer across the country, to find out how the coronavirus pandemic has been affecting them and their families.
Professor Willie Hamilton specialises in primary care diagnostics at the University of Exeter, with a particular expertise in cancer.
We published our gender and ethnicity pay gap reports today.
Professor Georgios Lyratzopoulos leads the Epidemiology of Cancer Healthcare and Outcomes (ECHO) Group and CanTest at University College London.
We’ve long felt that Cancer Research UK has a role to play in tackling inequalities, writes Michelle Mitchell.
COVID-19 changed so much of our plans, but it didn’t change everything. In this dark year, there were still pockets of light, writes our CEO Michelle Mitchell.
We asked two of our protein specialists, who are trying to understand how the way proteins fold affect cancer outcomes, to give their verdict on the news.