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23/09/2021 - AI identifies possible drug combination for brain cancer
Artificial intelligence-enhanced tools have been used to identify a new combination of drugs that could treat a rare and incurable childhood brain cancer. More

22/09/2021 - Raise alcohol tax to prevent cancer - WHO
Alcohol-related cancer incidence and mortality could be cut significantly by increased taxation, World Health Organization experts say. More

20/09/2021 - Conference hears of cancer survival confusion
Most doctors are struggling to keep up with changes in cancer treatment, a European conference has been told. More

14/09/2021 - Pathway discovered for bowel cancer drug failure
A protein pathway prevents some bowel cancer drugs from working, researchers reported last night. More

13/09/2021 - Trial backs CT screening for lung cancer
CT-based screening for lung cancer can significantly reduce death rates from the disease, according to the findings of a major UK trial. More

13/09/2021 - Major cancer screening project launched
An ambitious project to use blood testing to screen for cancer is being launched today as the largest trial of its kind. More

08/09/2021 - International consensus sought on e-cigarettes
A group of pharmacologists and public health researchers are calling for tighter regulations on the purchase and use of e-cigarettes and related heated tobacco products. More

03/09/2021 - Cancer treatment hope from Oxford COVID vaccine technology
The technology behind the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine could be used to help treat cancer, it is revealed today. More

02/09/2021 - Artificial intelligence not good enough to detect breast cancer
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is not yet good enough to replace radiologists when it comes to spotting breast cancer following screening, a review in The BMJ says today. More

16/08/2021 - Campaign launched to highlight cancer symptoms
The NHS is to run a campaign this week to persuade the public to ensure they are checked for potential cancer symptoms. More

13/08/2021 - Scientists make important oesophageal cancer cells discovery
Abnormal cells that develop into oesophageal cancer start life as cells of the stomach, British researchers reported last night. More

11/08/2021 - Protein clue to non-invasive breast cancer outcome
There is growing weight of evidence for the role of human epidermal growth factor receptor in predicting outcome of breast cancer, British scientists report today. More

05/08/2021 - Protein target could help with aggressive cancer treatment
A protein in tumour cells could be targeted to treat some types of aggressive cancer including those of the brain, blood, skin, and kidney, scientists have reported. More

06/07/2021 - Aspirin could reduce metastatic spread
Aspirin could cut the risk of death in some cancer patients by up to 20%, according to a new analysis. More

30/06/2021 - Novel pancreatic cancer biomarker found
A new biomarker for pancreatic cancer has been identified, raising hopes of earlier diagnosis, British researchers have announced. More

28/06/2021 - New heart failure link to cancer
Developing heart failure may make people increasingly vulnerable to cancer, according to a major new study unveiled at a conference today. More

25/06/2021 - Multi-cancer screening trial yields promising results
A trial for a multi-cancer screening test accurately detected cancer, often before symptoms arose, according to a new US study published today. More

24/06/2021 - Origins of kidney cancer types discovered
The origins of seven kidney cancer types, including rare subtypes, have been identified, confirming they originate in specific forms of developmental cells in the foetus. More

23/06/2021 - Statins for heart failure linked to fewer cancers
People with heart failure who take statins may be at a reduced risk of cancer, researchers say today. More

23/06/2021 - Test may protect bladder cancer patients from relapse
Researchers looking at a new biomarker of residual bladder cancer have found that it identifies high risk patients who may benefit from additional treatment. More

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