This year marks 20 years of Cancer Research UK. A chance to reflect on the incredible advances we’ve made and a reminder of how much we have left to achieve.
We spoke to Dr Ishu Kataria who works with WHO to prevent the spread of infections like HPV, which causes 99% of cervical cancers worldwide.
Our chief executive, Michelle Mitchell, reflects on his cancer legacy and the challenges still facing Amanda Pritchard as she steps into the role.
We’re proud to be the Expert Partners for ‘Cancer Revolution’, a cutting-edge, world-first exhibition about cancer that will open it’s doors in Manchester and London.
I’ve worked here for over 5 years now. Before that, I worked in the NHS for 6. You’d think I’d be a model patient, so why did I only just learn that I’m absolutely covered in abnormal moles?
Despite staff working flat out, the pandemic has been devastating for NHS cancer services, writes Cancer Research UK’s chief clinician.
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.