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Europe: beating cancer together with patients, survivors and carers

Europe: beating cancer together with patients, survivors and carers

The European Cancer Patient Coalition has welcomed the new European Commissioner designate for Health’s commitment to lead the way in strengthening the health sector. Ursula...
First steps towards a vaccine for pancreatic cancer achieved

First steps towards a vaccine for pancreatic cancer achieved

Researchers have developed a personalised vaccine system that could delay the onset of pancreatic cancer. The study, conducted by researchers from Queen Mary University of...
Is diagnosing cancer with a urine test a possibility?

Is diagnosing cancer with a urine test a possibility?

Feeling anxious around needles is common – the NHS estimates that around 1 in 10 people have a fear of medical procedures that involve needles or...
CT scan radiation associated with increased risk for cancer

CT scan radiation associated with increased risk for cancer

A new study has shown that people who have thyroid cancer and leukaemia are more likely to have received a CT scan. A new study...
Researchers are one step closer to cancer precision medicine

Researchers are one step closer to cancer precision medicine

A new, computational model has brought us one step closer to precision medicine for cancer. Researchers from the Faculty of Medicine and the Institute for...
Lung Cancer Awareness: EU focus to reduce deaths and beat cancer

Lung Cancer Awareness: EU focus to reduce deaths and beat cancer

November is Lung Cancer Awareness month and EU bodies are joining forces to help beat the disease – encouraging the adoption of a parliamentary...
Clinical trial initiated for smart technology lymphoma cancer diagnosis

Clinical trial initiated for smart technology lymphoma cancer diagnosis

Clinical trials are being initiated for the use of a ground-breaking smart needle that could revolutionise the way we diagnose some types of cancer. A...
Clinical trials anticipated for treating pancreatic cancer with cannabis

Clinical trials anticipated for treating pancreatic cancer with cannabis

A flavonoid of cannabis – FBL-03G – has been granted Orphan drug status by the United States Food and Drug Administration. It is anticipated this...
Structure of a novel enzyme linked to cell growth and cancer cracked

Structure of a novel enzyme linked to cell growth and cancer cracked

A new UC Riverside-led study could lead to the development of drugs that target liver and other cancers. RNA, or ribonucleic acid, is present in...
Blood test for breast cancer could detect disease up to five years early

Blood test for breast cancer could detect disease up to five years early

A new and simple blood test could help to detect breast cancer up to five years earlier than we are currently able to. The disease...
Improving cancer survival: UK to lead next-gen radiotherapy research

Improving cancer survival: UK to lead next-gen radiotherapy research

A new £56m (~€65.36m) research network is set to transform the UK into a global hub for radiotherapy research – aiming to improve cancer...
Could a mathematical theory help to treat cancer?

Could a mathematical theory help to treat cancer?

Researchers at the University of Geneva, are going beyond the field of biology, using a mathematical theory with the potential to treat cancer. To better...

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