Will we ever beat cancer?
How scientists are literally zooming in on cancer
Is there a way to lower your risk of cancer by changing your genes?
How do your genes affect your chances of getting cancer?
What are tumours made from, and how can we destroy them safely?
How does radiotherapy work, and where is it going in the future?
Cancer is a global problem, but what is it and why is it so deadly?
Growing miniature human organs in the lab using stem cells taken from an adult.
Artificially-produced antibodies switch off tumour's "don't eat me" signal...
Vaping seems to be safer than smoking, but is it causing more teenagers to take up the habit?
AI did as well as a panel of doctors when searching for skin cancer.
Should we really be avoiding burnt toast and roast potatoes?
... and it could mean quicker diagnosis and better drug delivery.
Elephants have extra copies of a gene that protects against cancer...
Leukaemia can become resistant to chemo but scientists have been
watching cells in real time to work out how they...
A new brain implant can restore the sense of touch to patients with paralysis or prosthesis.
It's time for our Gene of the Month, and this time it’s Pokémon - or rather,
Professor Nazneen Rahman has spent her career studying the genetic
and variations that influence the risk of...
NICE has approved 'breakthrough' lung cancer drug osimertinib, which
has twice the success rate of existing...
There are more people quitting that ever before and that's partly thanks to e-cigs but could they also be bad for...
When detecting and treating tumours, being able to visualise them is essential.
Could DNA quadruple helices be causing abnormal cell growth in cancer?
New research from The University of Sheffield shows how we all have our own biological Pacmen.
Angelika Schnieke's research on pigs is helping to change our
understanding of human diseases and provide future...