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Men with early stage testicular cancer could avoid potentially harmful monitoring scans

Men who have had treatment for early stage testicular cancer could benefit from fewer monitoring scans, reducing their exposure to harmful radiation.

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Magnetised molecules used to monitor breast cancer

Scientists have tested a new type of scan, which reveals how aggressive a tumour is, for the first time in patients with breast cancer.

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New imaging technique spots prostate tumours starved of oxygen

A new imaging technique uncovers oxygen levels in prostate tumours and could lead to a non-invasive way to determine which tumours are more difficult to treat.

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Brain tumour characteristics could help predict survival in people over 70

Characteristics like seizures, location of the tumour, and pressure in the brain, give insight into survival and treatment options for patients over 70.

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Roadmap to get new cancer scans into clinic

A team of international scientists has outlined key recommendations for a global standard for scanning biomarkers in cancer.

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High-tech scans spare lymphoma patients intensive chemo

Hodgkin lymphoma patients can be spared the serious side effects of chemotherapy thanks to high-tech scans that can predict the outcome of treatment.

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New technique could spot ‘invisible’ ovarian tumours during surgery

A new imaging technique could help spot ovarian tumours during surgery that are not visible to the naked eye.

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Combining images and genetic data proves gene loss behind aggressive ovarian cancers

Scientists have shown that loss of a gene called PTEN  triggers some cases of an aggressive form of ovarian cancer.

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New imaging technique provides hope for deadly childhood cancer

Cancer Research UK have announced a new trial that could revolutionise how children with neuroblastoma are diagnosed.

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New imaging approach fast tracks drug testing for incurable prostate cancer

Scientists have developed a new way to test the effectiveness of a drug for prostate cancer that has spread to the bone, which is currently incurable

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