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Does your microbiome play a role in how well you respond to cancer treatment?
Scientists at McMaster University in Canada have found an innovative way to attack cancer cells.
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Izzie Clarke's been boiling down the science of mircowaves
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How can spotting X rays from exploding stars help identify skin cancers?
The immune system can be programmed to attack cancer, but it doesn't always work, and doctors work out why.
New insights may help us understanding and target the spread of tumours.
A new development in the fight against cancer.
A new imaging technique makes better and faster diagnoses, even during surgery.
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.