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Let’s talk about colon cancer

The recent passing of actor and role model, Chadwick Boseman, from colon cancer has shocked the nation. This shock seems […]

Methylmalonic acid represents a link between ageing and cancer

A study published in Nature has explored the role of age-induced accumulation of methylmalonic acid in cancer progression. Disease of […]

Single-cell analysis reveals lung cancer therapy transcriptional changes

A study reported in Cell has shown through single-cell analysis that targeted lung cancer therapies result in transcriptional changes that […]

MiR-93 as a potential novel target for breast cancer

A new study published in Cell Death and Disease has revealed the role of miR-93 in tumorigenesis and chemosensitivity. Breast […]

Genetic variants linked to male breast cancer found

A recent study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute has discovered three genetic variants linked to an […]

Impact of COVID-19 on cancer patients

Two articles recently published in American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) journals have investigated the impact of COVID-19 on cancer […]

CRUK forms a new partnership to develop a head and neck cancer vaccine

Cancer Research UK (CRUK), the University of Southampton and the London-based biotechnology company Touchlight Genetics have announced a new partnership […]

AACR Virtual Meeting: COVID-19 and Cancer

With the ongoing fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, The American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) held a three-day virtual event […]

Implementing large-scale population testing is cost-effective and could prevent millions of cancer cases globally

Large-scale BRCA testing within the general population and across multiple healthcare systems could prevent millions of breast and ovarian cancer […]

Single-cell copy number profiling unveils the genetic diversity of cancer

The genetic information of a cancerous tumour is typically obtained by sequencing the tumour cells together, rather than analysing them […]