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25/05/2022 - Anti-ageing drugs prevent radiotherapy impact
The long-term impact of radiation therapy for cancer could be limited with a class of drugs called senolytics, researchers say. More

16/05/2022 - Robot-assisted surgery boost for bladder cancer care
Robot assisted surgery has improved recovery times for patients undergoing treatment for bladder cancer, according to the findings of a major UK trial published yesterday. More

13/05/2022 - More than seven million Europeans have skin cancer
More than seven million Europeans have skin cancer - despite it being the most preventable cancer, according to a survey published today. More

12/05/2022 - Hypermutation linked to chemotherapy
Chemotherapy may be one of the key reasons why some men pass on genetic mutations to their children, British scientists reported last night. More

27/04/2022 - Using swarm learning to diagnose cancer
British researchers have reported a new method of diagnosing cancer using artificial intelligence in the laboratory. More

25/04/2022 - Salt levels in tumours 'new diagnostic tool for breast cancer'
Examining salt levels in breast cancer tumours can indicate how aggressive the disease is and if chemotherapy is working, researchers report today. More

22/04/2022 - Cancer researchers claim genetic "treasure trove"
British scientists have completed the most comprehensive genetic analysis of cancer tumours to date, leading to new clues about the link between mutations and environmental factors, it has been announced. More

19/04/2022 - Obesity link to female cancer investigated
Women who are obese throughout their lives face a doubled risk of developing endometrial cancer, British researchers report today. More

13/04/2022 - Single HPV jab 'sufficient'
A single dose of the human papillomavirus vaccine gives as good protection as two doses, experts have ruled. More

11/04/2022 - Promising new immunotherapy results in early trial
A new type of immunotherapy has shown early promise as an effective treatment for a range of solid tumours. More

05/04/2022 - Test predicts effective cancer drug combinations in 48 hours
A prototype artificial intelligence test has been developed that can predict in 48 hours which drug combinations are likely to work for cancer patients, British scientists have announced. More

28/03/2022 - Immune protein key to head and neck cancer treatment
Treatment for head and neck cancer could be personalised more easily if patients' needs were matched to their levels of a key immune protein, according to a new UK study. More

23/03/2022 - Breast cancer-limiting protein found
A newly-found protein may limit the growth of oestrogen receptor-negative breast cancer, Swedish researchers have announced. More

14/03/2022 - UK receives Ukraine child patients amid condemnation of "unconscionable cruelty"
Some 21 children from Ukraine have arrived in the UK to continue their cancer treatment amid concern about the widening humanitarian catastrophe in the country, it has been announced. More

09/03/2022 - Gut microbes linked to pancreatic cancer
A specific 'microbial profile' has been found in people with pancreatic cancer, offering hope of improved diagnosis, researchers report today. More

08/03/2022 - Algorithm improves risk calculations for prostate cancer
Using the results from two blood markers can improve the accuracy of risk calculations for prostate cancer, a new study has shown. More

07/03/2022 - Guillain-Barre linked to cancer
A possible link has been discovered between certain cancers and the rare neurologic disorder Guillain-Barre syndrome. More

02/03/2022 - Ethnic differences in cancer diagnoses outlined
There are clear differences in cancer diagnosis rates by ethnicity, according to a study published today. More

01/03/2022 - Muscle strengthening exercise linked reduced death risk
Doing muscle strengthening exercises for between 30 and 60 minutes every week is linked to a 10-20% reduced risk of death from all causes, according to the findings of a major international study reported today. More

01/03/2022 - Drug combination hope for hard-to-treat cancers
Combining multiple drugs could provide effective therapies for some hard-to-treat cancers, British researchers have reported. More

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