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22/05/2020 - Study to look at Covid-19 impact on blood cancer patients
A new UK study is to be launched that will examine how patients who receive stem cell transplants for blood cancers and blood disorders react to severe Covid-19 infection. More

22/05/2020 - Immunotherapy hope for elimination of leukaemia stem cells
Hematopoietic stem cells can be selectively eliminated using immunotherapy instead of chemotherapy, a new Swiss study has revealed. More

07/05/2020 - Lowering androgen may protect against Covid-19
Androgen-deprivation therapy given for prostate cancer may be protective against Covid-19 for these patients, researchers say today. More

29/04/2020 - Hope for non-chemo prostate cancer drug
The breast and ovarian cancer drug olaparib may also be effective against prostate cancer. More

23/04/2020 - Uterine cancer-driving mutations occur early in life
An insight into the earliest stages of uterine cancer has been revealed after British scientists discovered cancer-driving mutations that often arise early in life. More

20/04/2020 - EU cancer death rate predictions published
Death rates from prostate cancer are predicted to fall across the EU and in the UK - except in Poland, according to predictions published today. More

15/04/2020 - Protective benefit of exercise on liver cancer
Australian researchers have reported new discoveries about the protective effect of exercise against liver cancer. More

02/04/2020 - Treatment hope for babies with high-grade glioma
Targeted drugs could be used to treat some infants with high-grade glioma, according to the biggest study to date on the aggressive brain tumour. More

31/03/2020 - Blood test detects dozens of cancers
A blood test can accurately detect more than 50 types of cancer and identify in which tissue the cancer originated – often before symptoms show, it was announced today (31 March 2020). More

18/03/2020 - E-cigarettes mostly not gateway to smoking
Teens who use e-cigarettes are not significantly likely to go on and smoke standard cigarettes, according to a new study. More

16/03/2020 - Research launched into diabetes and pancreatic cancer link
Two new research projects will examine the link between diabetes and pancreatic cancer, it has been announced. More

13/03/2020 - Registrar turns to research over pregnancy cancer
A Sheffield doctor is searching for new tests and treatments for a rare cancer that can affect pregnant women. More

11/03/2020 - Strong growth factor link to breast cancer
Two new studies, reported today, show how the development of breast cancer is linked to the growth hormone called insulin-like growth factor-1. More

10/03/2020 - Simple test identifies prostate cancer 'fingerprint'
A simple blood test can identify the ‘fingerprint’ of prostate cancer, which could transform the way doctors monitor tumour behaviour, it was announced last night. More

06/03/2020 - Chemotherapy after surgery halves risk of kidney cancer relapse
Chemotherapy halves the risk of a rare form of kidney cancer returning following surgery, according to the findings of a major trial reported today. More

05/03/2020 - Study reveals melanoma risk for bereaved individuals
People who lose their partner are less likely to be diagnosed with melanoma - but have an increased risk of dying from the disease, according to UK/Danish research. More

04/03/2020 - Child vaccine clue to cancer therapy
The “immunological memory” of common childhood vaccines could provide a basis for new cancer treatments, according to a research team in Finland. More

03/03/2020 - Anti-scar drug could boost cancer therapy
A drug developed to treat scarring could play a key role in improving the effectiveness of immunotherapy against solid tumours, British researchers reported last night. More

28/02/2020 - Bowel cancer risk from E.coli toxin
A toxin released by a strain of E. coli could contribute to the development of bowel cancer, a new study has revealed. More

27/02/2020 - Benefit of immune therapy for high-risk breast cancer
Immune therapy can substantially reduce the risk of relapse for the most aggressive form of breast cancer, researchers reported last night. More

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