The first analysis in over 10 years looking at which ethnic groups in England are more likely to get cancer has now been published by Cancer Research UK analysts.
Since the 1970s, 30,000 deaths have been avoided thanks in part to the progress we’ve made in diagnosing and treating children’s and young people’s cancers.
A new study has has revealed the variation in the number of people being diagnosed with liver cancer across the UK.
The latest ovarian cancer data from the ICBP reveals that while more people are surviving their cancer, there’s still a long way to go.
New figures from Cancer Research UK and NIVEA SUN suggest that people are not protecting themselves properly from the sun in the UK.
55,500 more people are waiting to get tests used to diagnose four common cancers compared to last year.
Cervical cancer rates in Britain halved between the late 1980s and mid-2000s – but new CRUK figures warn that progress has since been stalling and stagnating.
Our new stats show a staggering variation in treatment plans for women diagnosed with womb cancer across England.