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26/06/2017 - ‘Game-changing’ immunotherapy for head and neck cancer patients
The immunotherapy nivolumab is a “game-changing” treatment for people with advanced head and neck cancer, British researchers have reported. More

22/06/2017 - Dragon's Den reopens for cancer research
Cancer researchers are to get a fresh chance to earn up to £20 million worth of funding for cutting-edge projects, it was announced today. More

21/06/2017 - Progress on breast and ovarian cancer genes
A major project is helping improve knowledge of the breast and ovarian cancer risks for women with faults in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, British researchers say. More

19/06/2017 - Test to enhance PARP treatment for prostate
British researchers have unveiled a blood test that can be used to identify men who are failing to respond to PARP inhibitor treatment for advanced prostate cancer. More

16/06/2017 - Gene test for oesophageal cancer drug
Scottish researchers have announced the discovery of a genetic test to identify patients who will benefit from a drug for oesophageal cancer. More

13/06/2017 - Genetic testing identifies increased testicular cancer risk
Genetic testing can identify men who are most at risk from developing testicular cancer, researchers reported last night. More

13/06/2017 - Protein suppresses breast cancer tumour growth
A protein has been discovered that could suppress the growth of breast tumours, British researchers said last night. More

12/06/2017 - Surface molecule for immune cells could combat cancer
German scientists have reported a new way of adapting immune cells to combat cancer. More

30/05/2017 - Backing for UK Lynch syndrome testing policy
A British decision to extend testing for Lynch syndrome has been backed at a European conference. More

26/05/2017 - Epigenetic test for cancer
An epigenetic test could provide a simple and cheap way to identify people at risk of anal cancer, British researchers say today. More

23/05/2017 - Thrombocytosis a key cancer indicator - study
Blood platelet counts are a powerful indicator of raised cancer risk - and should be used routinely to test patients in general practice, researchers say today. More

19/05/2017 - Zika to become brain tumour treatment?
The Zika virus is to be pressed into service as a potential treatment for brain cancer, it was announced today. More

18/05/2017 - Scientists announce blood stem cell "breakthrough"
Scientists have found a way to create "abundant, fully functioning" haematopoietic stem cells, it was announced last night. More

17/05/2017 - Abdominal fat not linked to breast cancer - study
Losing abdominal fat does not seem to help reduce the risk of breast cancer, researchers have found. More

08/05/2017 - Cartoons replace anaesthetic
Cartoons may be an adequate replacement for general anaesthetic when children receive radiotherapy, a European conference heard yesterday. More

08/05/2017 - G-CSF therapy "safe" - conference
G-CSFs to boost white blood cells can be used safely during chemo-radiotherapy for small cell lung cancer, a European conference has been told. More

05/05/2017 - Radiotherapy campaign could save 1m lives
A leading European group of radiotherapy and oncology experts today sets out plans to tackle the lack of radiotherapy provision worldwide, with the aim of saving one million lives by 2035. More

05/05/2017 - Impact of symptoms after cervical cancer treatment
About half of women who have treatment for locally advanced cervical cancer suffer from insomnia, fatigue or hot flushes, Austrian researchers report today. More

04/05/2017 - New blood test hope for prostate cancer patients
A new blood test costing under £50 could predict which men with advanced prostate cancer will benefit from targeted treatments, researchers reported last night. More

28/04/2017 - Cancer fund wasted money - oncologists
Patients may have suffered "unnecessarily" from toxic side effects from the Cancer Drugs Fund introduced in 2010, it was claimed today. More

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