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Cancer News

New immunotherapy shows promise in treating bone cancer in mice

Independent - 29-May-2024

The treatment was most effective when combined with a bone-strengthening drug

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UK melanoma skin cancer cases hit record high, primarily due to sun exposure

BBC - 26-May-2024

Nearly 90% of cases are preventable, linked to excessive UV radiation

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Proteins in blood may predict cancer risk years in advance

Oxford Population Health - 15-May-2024

Research holds the key for early detection and prevention of cancer

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At-home blood testing device approved for cancer patients in the UK

BBC - 10-May-2024

Greater convenience for patients and could potentially reduce NHS costs

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UK tests first-ever customised mRNA vaccine for melanoma

BBC - 25-Apr-2024

Trial shows promising results for a potential cure, targeting individual cancer cells

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Cancer Resources

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Precision Medicines

Company that develops novel targeted medicines with companion biomarkers for cancer patients

The Warning Signs of Skin Cancer

Learn to spot the early warning signs

Cancer genomics

Part of the 100,000 Genomes Project run by Genomics England

BioNTech

Company developing patient-specific immunotherapies for cancer.

SkinVision

Creates SkinVision app to diagnose possible melanoma skin cancer symptoms.

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Cancer Blog Posts

New cancer therapies in 2022 achieving unprecedented remissions - reviewing a year of hope
27-Jan-2023

New cancer therapies in 2022 achieving unprecedented remissions - reviewing a year of hope

Including gene editing, immunotherapy, modified viruses, vaccines, personalised medicine, and nanotechnology

SkinVision App Review – Instant Spot/Mole Assessment
19-Feb-2020

SkinVision App Review – Instant Spot/Mole Assessment

Provides an early warning or peace of mind – good value for money either way

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