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The single biggest risk factor for cancer is age, with around half of all cancer cases occur in people aged 70 and over in the UK.
Our nurses have answered some of the frequently asked questions they hear on our Cancer Awareness Roadshow and at Cancer Awareness in the Workplace sessions.
A team of Cancer Research UK-funded scientists have been investigating the role of exercise in reducing the risk of liver cancer in mice
We spoke to the team looking into the complex relationship between the gut microbiome and radiosensitisation in bladder cancer.
Cancer can affect any age group but we see many more cases in older people.
Older patients with advanced oesophageal and stomach cancers might benefit from low dose treatment, according to our unpublished clinical trial results.
We look at how research could help to adapt and improve treatment for older patients, including inclusive clinical trials and pre-habilitation.
Age is the single biggest risk factor for cancer. We explore why age increases the risk of cancer and what it means.
The good news is there’s no reason to be concerned about deodorants, bras, plastics and milk when it comes to breast cancer risk.
New research has uncovered a possible explanation for why some cancers are more common than others, we explore the details.
A new report has launched looking at what we know, and what we still need to understand, about cancer and older people in the UK – we look at the findings.