Many patients found their symptoms vanished completely after undergoing therapy which trains the immune system to attack cancer cells.Read the full story ›
The £15 'liquid biopsy' looks for fragments of genetic material in a tiny drop of saliva.Read the full story ›
One in ten cancer patients are in pain for the final 48 hours of their life because of a lack of support and pain relief at home according to a charity.
Macmillan Cancer Support called on the Government to conduct a significant overhaul of palliative care to prevent further “pain and heartbreak”.
ITV News' Sally Lockwood reports:
Inadequate pain medication means cancer patients who want to die at home have no choice but to go to hospital, charity says.Read the full story ›
Scientists are researching a blood test which can quickly detect colon, lung, breast, stomach and endometrial cancer.Read the full story ›
Jeanette Scully's husband told an inquest she endured "excruciating pain" before being diagnosed with rare form of cancer.Read the full story ›
Proton beam therapy appears to be "less toxic" to child cancer patients than traditional radiotherapy, new study finds.Read the full story ›
Radiation treatment "suicide gene therapy" has proved successful in targeting prostate cancer, clinical trials have shown.Read the full story ›
A woman who was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer when 13 weeks pregnant is due to have her baby prematurely.Read the full story ›
Surgeon Mr James Arbuckle explains on the Tonight programme how you can watch for the early signs of bowel cancerRead the full story ›