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01/06/2021 - Trial backing for single dose intrabeam breast treatment
Many breast cancer patients can be treated with a single shot of radiotherapy – whilst undergoing surgery, London researchers have reported. More

19/05/2021 - Insight into most active tumour cells
A new study of the activity of cancer cells within tumours has shown that those in the centre tend to grow and spread most aggressively. More

13/05/2021 - Ovarian cancer screening does not reduce deaths
Screening annually for ovarian cancer failed to reduce the number of deaths from the disease, UK study results show today. More

06/05/2021 - Protein enables radiotherapy benefit in breast cancer
Low levels of a specific protein are associated with particularly good results of radiotherapy in women with early-stage breast cancer, a new Swedish study has shown. More

05/05/2021 - Family intestinal polyps link to colorectal cancer
A new link has been found between colorectal polyps in close relatives and individual risk of colorectal cancer. More

28/04/2021 - Loneliness linked to cancer in men
Men who suffer chronic loneliness may face an increased cancer risk, according to a new study. More

23/04/2021 - Ovarian cancer drug could be used against other cancers
A drug used to treat ovarian and breast cancers could be used to tackle other cancers with particular genetic defects, including a common kidney cancer, a study published today has shown. More

13/04/2021 - Phytic acid hope for paediatric brain tumour
A widely available natural chemical could have the ability to treat some patients with medulloblastoma by starving tumours of energy, British researchers have found. More

12/04/2021 - Call for backing for radiotherapy
The UK needs “urgent” investment in high precision radiotherapy to provide alternatives to surgery and chemotherapy, experts say today. More

09/04/2021 - Mitochondria mutations that may combat cancer
Mitochondrial DNA mutations found in cancer tumours are linked to improved chances of survival, researchers have found. More

06/04/2021 - Single shot breast cancer treatment approved
The hours that some patients spend receiving breast cancer chemotherapy in hospital is being reduced to five minutes, it has been announced. More

01/04/2021 - Melanoma linked to high testosterone in men
There may be a link between high levels of testosterone in the blood and increased risk of melanoma in men, according to a new analysis. More

18/03/2021 - 'Turbo-boost' for children's cancer research projects
Five research projects are to be given a total of £4.3 million to help find new treatments for children’s and young people’s cancers, it is announced today. More

17/03/2021 - Additional biomarker aids breast cancer testing
Scientists have found that testing for a biomarker of the oestrogen receptor protein helps with prognosis in pre-invasive breast cancer. More

12/03/2021 - Targeted prostate cancer screening would prevent deaths
A targeted screening programme for men who are genetically pre-disposed to prostate cancer could prevent one in six deaths from the disease and significantly reduce over-diagnosis, a new UK study has found. More

09/03/2021 - BRCA1 breast cell changes detected before turning cancerous
Women with BRCA1 mutations could undergo cellular monitoring after scientists discovered key changes can be detected before they become cancerous. More

04/03/2021 - Treatment hope after rare cancer origin discovered
The origin of a rare childhood cancer has been discovered – and a possible drug treatment. More

01/03/2021 - Shear wave scans could improve brain tumour surgery
A new ultrasound technique may be the best way to detect cancer tissue missed during removal of tumours from the brain, researchers report today. More

22/02/2021 - Warning on pancreatic cancer risks
Europe faces an increasing toll of deaths of women from pancreatic cancer – although the UK is doing better at containing the disease, experts warn today. More

12/02/2021 - Simple test can identify endometrial cancer
A simple urine or vaginal test carried out at home can accurately detect endometrial cancer – removing the need for painful invasive hospital procedures, a new UK study has found. More

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