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06/11/2017 - Progress on cancer care at Liverpool conference
A drug currently used for ovarian cancer could have the potential to work against glioblastoma because it permeate the blood brain barrier, a major English conference on cancer was being reported today. More

06/11/2017 - Metal hope for cancer therapy
A new method of destroying cancer cells is being investigated by researchers at Warwick University, UK, in collaboration with a team from China. More

03/11/2017 - Managing side effects from breast cancer combined therapies
Breast cancer patients who combine targeted drugs with hormone therapy have an increased risk of severe side effects, a major European conference will be told today. More

03/11/2017 - Women affected by emergency bowel cancer diagnoses
Women are more likely than men to be diagnosed with bowel cancer following an emergency hospital visit, researchers warn today. More

02/11/2017 - Gene test to monitor BRCA disease treatment
A new blood test can monitor changes to cancer-causing genes during treatment for breast and ovarian disease, researchers announced today. More

02/11/2017 - Acid reflux drugs link to gastric cancer studied
New findings suggest that long-term use of proton pump inhibitors is linked with an increased risk of gastric cancer in patients infected with Helicobacter pylori - even after the infection has been treated. More

01/11/2017 - Cancer prevention genes reported
British scientists have reported 27 new genes that they believe are involved in preventing the development of cancer. More

30/10/2017 - Digital nurse to tackle fake cancer news
A “digital nurse” is to be deployed to help cancer patients sift fake news on-line, it was announced today. More

26/10/2017 - Brain tumours show cell similarities
New research has identified common processes by which different types of brain tumours generate and use energy to survive in the brain. More

26/10/2017 - Early diagnosis link to cancer surgery
Early diagnosis hugely increases the likelihood that cancer patients can have tumour removal surgery, according to an analysis published today. More

25/10/2017 - Thermal nanoparticles to treat cancer?
‘Game-changing’ intelligent nanoparticles that can kill cancerous cells but avoid healthy tissue have been developed by scientists at a British university. More

24/10/2017 - Genetic variants linked to breast cancer discovered
A major international study has identified 72 new genetic variants that contribute to the risk of developing breast cancer. More

24/10/2017 - Genetic test could help to fight secondary breast cancer
A new genetic test could help thousands of breast cancer patients at risk of developing aggressive secondary tumours. More

20/10/2017 - Mutations that trigger cancer
The number of mutations need to make a cell cancerous is “small,” according to the findings of a major analysis published today. More

18/10/2017 - Hope for colorectal cancer drug
Scientists have identified a new way of modifying the Wnt cell signalling pathway that could help treat colorectal cancers, it has been announced. More

16/10/2017 - How the immune system revives dormant cancer cells
Dormant cancer cells may use the immune system to revive themselves, taking advantage of the natural responses that keep them in check, according to British researchers today. More

10/10/2017 - Teenagers suffer fatigue after cancer care
Teenagers treated for cancer can suffer from fatigue for years afterwards, according to a study published today. More

29/09/2017 - Glioblastoma ten diseases
Glioblastoma is ten different diseases, each with specific genetic faults, British researchers reported last night. More

25/09/2017 - New genetic syndrome caused by biallelic mutations identified
A new genetic syndrome caused by biallelic mutations in the Fanconi anaemia complementation group M (FANCM) gene predisposes the body to cancer, new research has discovered. More

22/09/2017 - New anti-inflammatory molecules unveiled
British researchers say they have discovered powerful new anti-inflammatory chemicals that could form the basis of a range of new treatments. More

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