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  • Myeloma - Cancer Research UK - Science blog
    RESEARCHERS Our funding schemes Biomarker Project Awards Career Development Fellowship Grand Challenge award View all schemes and deadlines Applying for funding Start your application online Guide to filling in your application form How to make a successful application Funding committees Manage your research grant Manage your grant online Guide to managing a grant online Notify us of new publications Update your profile How we deliver research Our research strategy Our institutes Our centres Our research partnerships More Drug discovery and development Recently funded awards Researcher case studies ABOUT US What we do We beat cancer We fundraise We develop policy Our organisation Our strategy Our Trustees CEO and Executive Board Annual report and accounts Annual review Current jobs Graduates and interns Your development Benefits Cancer news Science blog Latest press releases Latest news reports Search all news More Contact Us Press office Publications HOME ABOUT CANCER SUPPORT US NEWS RESOURCES FUNDING RESEARCH ABOUT US You are here Home border 0 Support us Home About us Cancer news Science blog Topic Myeloma Topic Myeloma The cheek of it how you could help beat blood cancer Category Science blog March 5 2015 Henry Scowcroft Find out about blood stem cell donation how you could get involved and even help save someone s life Read More Could measles cure cancer Uh not exactly Category Science blog May 16 2014 Kat Arney Media outlets are awash with the news that researchers in the US have apparently cured cancer with the measles virus What are the facts behind the headlines Read More Notes from NCRI conference day 4 Category Science blog November 7 2012 Henry Scowcroft Before the final day of the conference started we once again awoke to news stories based on research presented over the last few days The BBC led with figures Read More Introducing our new Clinician Scientist Fellows Category Science blog August 1 2012 Oliver Childs Translating a eureka moment in the laboratory into new medical advances for cancer patients is never easy But thanks to the support of the public we r Read More Misleading reporting of the wonder jab that will kill 90 of cancers Category Science blog April 10 2012 Kat Arney Over the weekend you may have seen headlines announcing that a Universal cancer vaccine or wonder jab has been developed by Israeli researcher Read More Is ecstasy being developed to treat blood cancers Not quite Category Science blog August 19 2011 Henry Scowcroft Here are a few thoughts on this morning s headlines about ecstasy and cancer In case you missed them they re based on research from Birmingham published Read More Making research count for patients the multiple myeloma story Category Science blog June 27 2011 Nina Callard This year at the ASCO conference in the US several sessions reflected on the rapid progress that has been made for different cancers We ve already reported Read More Older Posts Newer Posts Popular posts Most read today Most discussed Don t believe the hype 10

    Original URL path: http://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/topic/cancer-type/myeloma/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Neuroblastoma - Cancer Research UK - Science blog
    New treatments Cancer biology Cancer drugs All cancer subjects Near you Belfast Cardiff Edinburgh All locations By Researcher Professor Duncan Baird Professor Fran Balkwill Professor Andrew Biankin See all researchers More Our research history Our research strategy FUNDING FOR RESEARCHERS Our funding schemes Biomarker Project Awards Career Development Fellowship Grand Challenge award View all schemes and deadlines Applying for funding Start your application online Guide to filling in your application form How to make a successful application Funding committees Manage your research grant Manage your grant online Guide to managing a grant online Notify us of new publications Update your profile How we deliver research Our research strategy Our institutes Our centres Our research partnerships More Drug discovery and development Recently funded awards Researcher case studies ABOUT US What we do We beat cancer We fundraise We develop policy Our organisation Our strategy Our Trustees CEO and Executive Board Annual report and accounts Annual review Current jobs Graduates and interns Your development Benefits Cancer news Science blog Latest press releases Latest news reports Search all news More Contact Us Press office Publications HOME ABOUT CANCER SUPPORT US NEWS RESOURCES FUNDING RESEARCH ABOUT US You are here Home border 0 Support us Home About us Cancer news Science blog Topic Neuroblastoma Topic Neuroblastoma Cellular kryptonite poses challenges in tackling childhood nerve cancer Category Science blog August 1 2015 Alan Worsley Our scientists have discovered that neuroblastoma cells can produce a cellular kryptonite that seems to sap the power from nearby immune cells Read More It upset me enormously that children were dying and I wanted to do something to help them Andy s story Category Science blog July 25 2014 Nick Peel Read Professor Andy Pearson s story exploring his career researching childhood cancer and what the future holds for the BEACON neuroblastoma trial Read More A groundbreaking clinical trial for children with aggressive neuroblastoma Category Science blog August 13 2013 Emma Smith Neuroblastoma is a type of childhood cancer and our researchers are pioneering new clinical trials to tackle aggressive forms of the disease how does it work Read More The challenge of spotting cancers in children Category Science blog April 24 2013 Henry Scowcroft Spotting childhood cancer early has a huge impact on how effectively that cancer can be treated we cover the important signs for parents to watch out for Read More New trial brings pioneering treatment to children with cancer in the UK Category Science blog December 10 2009 Nell Barrie Cancer in children is not common And although this is something to be thankful for it can make things a little more challenging for researchers This is simpl Read More Older Posts Newer Posts Popular posts Most read today Most discussed Don t believe the hype 10 persistent cancer myths debunked How does alcohol cause cancer Processed meat and cancer what you need to know How does alcohol cause cancer Headlines about e cigarettes don t mean they re not safer than tobacco A message of

    Original URL path: http://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/topic/cancer-type/neuroblastoma-cancer-type/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Sarcoma - Cancer Research UK - Science blog
    schemes and deadlines Applying for funding Start your application online Guide to filling in your application form How to make a successful application Funding committees Manage your research grant Manage your grant online Guide to managing a grant online Notify us of new publications Update your profile How we deliver research Our research strategy Our institutes Our centres Our research partnerships More Drug discovery and development Recently funded awards Researcher case studies ABOUT US What we do We beat cancer We fundraise We develop policy Our organisation Our strategy Our Trustees CEO and Executive Board Annual report and accounts Annual review Current jobs Graduates and interns Your development Benefits Cancer news Science blog Latest press releases Latest news reports Search all news More Contact Us Press office Publications HOME ABOUT CANCER SUPPORT US NEWS RESOURCES FUNDING RESEARCH ABOUT US You are here Home border 0 Support us Home About us Cancer news Science blog Topic Sarcoma Topic Sarcoma DNA untwister is a new tumour suppressor Category Science blog October 10 2013 Kat Arney Our researchers are looking at the links between tangled DNA and cancer find out how a DNA detangling molecule could protect against tumours Read More Kaposi sarcoma and AIDS unravelling a medical mystery Category Science blog January 22 2010 Oliver Childs This entry is part 4 of 25 in the series Our milestones A step back in time to the 1980s when one of our scientists helped solve a complex medical mystery with implications for both AIDS and cancer Read More NCRI Cancer Conference 2009 Stopping cancer in its tracks Category Science blog November 5 2009 Alison Ross Cancer cells can invade their surrounding tissues and spread or metastasise to other parts of the body Once this happens cancer is much more diffi Read More Older Posts

    Original URL path: http://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/topic/cancer-type/sarcoma/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Electromagnetic (non-ionising) radiation - Cancer Research UK - Science blog
    all schemes and deadlines Applying for funding Start your application online Guide to filling in your application form How to make a successful application Funding committees Manage your research grant Manage your grant online Guide to managing a grant online Notify us of new publications Update your profile How we deliver research Our research strategy Our institutes Our centres Our research partnerships More Drug discovery and development Recently funded awards Researcher case studies ABOUT US What we do We beat cancer We fundraise We develop policy Our organisation Our strategy Our Trustees CEO and Executive Board Annual report and accounts Annual review Current jobs Graduates and interns Your development Benefits Cancer news Science blog Latest press releases Latest news reports Search all news More Contact Us Press office Publications HOME ABOUT CANCER SUPPORT US NEWS RESOURCES FUNDING RESEARCH ABOUT US You are here Home border 0 Support us Home About us Cancer news Science blog Topic Electromagnetic non ionising radiation Topic Electromagnetic non ionising radiation Back in the news mobile phones and cancer Category Science blog May 14 2014 Sarah Williams In the light of new research we look again at the evidence on mobile phone use and brain tumours Read More Biggest ever study on mobiles still suggests no cancer risk Category Science blog October 20 2011 Henry Scowcroft As report on our news feed a new Danish study of over 350 000 people published in the BMJ has found no link between using mobile phones and an increased ris Read More Podcast New drugs lung cancer surgery and mobile phones Category Science blog June 24 2011 Kat Arney In this month s podcast we bring you highlights from the ASCO conference the world s largest cancer conference including two new melanoma drugs and a Read More World Health Organisation verdict on mobile phones and cancer Category Science blog May 31 2011 Ed Yong UPDATE 20 10 11 Today s announcement is discussed here Do mobile phones cause cancer The debate has been raging for years and we ve covered it s Read More Our cancer controversies pages a one stop myth busting shop Category Science blog November 24 2010 Henry Scowcroft It seems that not a week goes by without a mention in the media or the internet of something that may cause or prevent cancer These stories are often over simp Read More No link between childhood cancer and mobile phone base stations or masts Category Science blog June 23 2010 Ed Yong Mobile phone base stations do not increase the risk of childhood cancer even if a child s mother lived close to a mast when pregnant That s the message fr Read More Breast cancer genes and mobile phones in this month s podcast Category Science blog June 7 2010 Kat Arney In this month s podcast we find out how older women can benefit from breast screening and hear about the latest research into genes that cause breast can Read More Older Posts Newer

    Original URL path: http://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/topic/risks-causes/mobile-phones/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Oral contraceptives - Cancer Research UK - Science blog
    Professor Andrew Biankin See all researchers More Our research history Our research strategy FUNDING FOR RESEARCHERS Our funding schemes Biomarker Project Awards Career Development Fellowship Grand Challenge award View all schemes and deadlines Applying for funding Start your application online Guide to filling in your application form How to make a successful application Funding committees Manage your research grant Manage your grant online Guide to managing a grant online Notify us of new publications Update your profile How we deliver research Our research strategy Our institutes Our centres Our research partnerships More Drug discovery and development Recently funded awards Researcher case studies ABOUT US What we do We beat cancer We fundraise We develop policy Our organisation Our strategy Our Trustees CEO and Executive Board Annual report and accounts Annual review Current jobs Graduates and interns Your development Benefits Cancer news Science blog Latest press releases Latest news reports Search all news More Contact Us Press office Publications HOME ABOUT CANCER SUPPORT US NEWS RESOURCES FUNDING RESEARCH ABOUT US You are here Home border 0 Support us Home About us Cancer news Science blog Topic Oral contraceptives Topic Oral contraceptives The contraceptive Pill and cancer a look behind today s headlines Category Science blog August 1 2014 Sarah Williams We take a brief look at what today s study really shows about higher oestrogen Pills and the bigger picture of the Pill and cancer risk Read More The causes of cancer you can control Category Science blog December 7 2011 Jess Kirby Can cancer be prevented Decades of research have shown that a person s chances of getting cancer depends on a mishmash of their genes and their environment Read More The Pill and prostate cancer Category Science blog November 15 2011 Jess Kirby This morning we woke up to headlines proclaiming that women taking the Pill could increase the risk of prostate cancer That might sound silly women Read More The Pill pregnancy and cancer making sense of the headlines Category Science blog October 26 2011 Oliver Childs Are all side effects bad for your health In the case of the birth control Pill it seems not Today a study that we helped fund has confirmed that the Read More Why are breast cancer rates increasing Category Science blog February 4 2011 Henry Scowcroft Although more and more women are surviving breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK and it has been on the rise for several years In 1999 42 400 wom Read More Oestrogen causes DNA mutations is this how it fuels cancer Category Science blog January 12 2009 Henry Scowcroft The evidence that the sex hormone oestrogen is involved in cancer is overwhelming For example breast cancer is more common among women who take HRT and the Pi Read More Older Posts Newer Posts Popular posts Most read today Most discussed Don t believe the hype 10 persistent cancer myths debunked How does alcohol cause cancer Processed meat and cancer what you need

    Original URL path: http://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/topic/risks-causes/hormones/contraceptive-pill/ (2016-02-11)
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  • AACR conference - Cancer Research UK - Science blog
    a successful application Funding committees Manage your research grant Manage your grant online Guide to managing a grant online Notify us of new publications Update your profile How we deliver research Our research strategy Our institutes Our centres Our research partnerships More Drug discovery and development Recently funded awards Researcher case studies ABOUT US What we do We beat cancer We fundraise We develop policy Our organisation Our strategy Our Trustees CEO and Executive Board Annual report and accounts Annual review Current jobs Graduates and interns Your development Benefits Cancer news Science blog Latest press releases Latest news reports Search all news More Contact Us Press office Publications HOME ABOUT CANCER SUPPORT US NEWS RESOURCES FUNDING RESEARCH ABOUT US You are here Home border 0 Support us Home About us Cancer news Science blog Topic AACR conference Topic AACR conference Report from the annual AACR meeting day 4 Category Science blog April 11 2013 Raj Mehta This is our fourth and final instalment from the American Association for Cancer Research AACR meeting in Washington D C A recurring challenge in cancer rese Read More Report from the annual AACR meeting day 3 Category Science blog April 10 2013 Raj Mehta Here s our third report from the annual American Association for Cancer Research AACR meeting in Washington D C Today s hot topic at the conference was t Read More Report from the annual AACR meeting day 2 Category Science blog April 9 2013 Raj Mehta Following on from yesterday s post here s our second report from the annual American Association for Cancer Research AACR meeting in Washington D C The Read More Report from the annual AACR meeting day 1 Category Science blog April 8 2013 Raj Mehta The American Association for Cancer Research AACR annual meeting is

    Original URL path: http://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/topic/conferences/aacr-conference/ (2016-02-11)
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  • ASCO conference - Cancer Research UK - Science blog
    Fellowship Grand Challenge award View all schemes and deadlines Applying for funding Start your application online Guide to filling in your application form How to make a successful application Funding committees Manage your research grant Manage your grant online Guide to managing a grant online Notify us of new publications Update your profile How we deliver research Our research strategy Our institutes Our centres Our research partnerships More Drug discovery and development Recently funded awards Researcher case studies ABOUT US What we do We beat cancer We fundraise We develop policy Our organisation Our strategy Our Trustees CEO and Executive Board Annual report and accounts Annual review Current jobs Graduates and interns Your development Benefits Cancer news Science blog Latest press releases Latest news reports Search all news More Contact Us Press office Publications HOME ABOUT CANCER SUPPORT US NEWS RESOURCES FUNDING RESEARCH ABOUT US You are here Home border 0 Support us Home About us Cancer news Science blog Topic ASCO conference Topic ASCO conference ASCO 2015 round up immunotherapy continues to come of age Category Science blog June 5 2015 Alan Worsley We take a look back at the excitement from and add a few important caveats to the research from this year s big US cancer conference Read More Don t take vitamin B3 to prevent skin cancer stick with shade Category Science blog May 15 2015 Henry Scowcroft This morning s headlines about vitamin B3 and skin cancer were a little over the top Here are our thoughts on the research behind the story Read More New immunotherapy drugs hit the headlines how do they work Category Science blog June 2 2014 Henry Scowcroft In the light of continued media attention we explain the science behind two exciting new types of immunotherapy drug called PD 1 and PD L1 blockers Read More ASCO 2013 personalised medicine potential and challenges Category Science blog June 7 2013 Debbie Coats In our third instalment from the ASCO cancer conference Debbie Coates writes about a major theme of modern cancer research the concept of personalised medi Read More ASCO 2013 clinical trials for older cancer patients Category Science blog June 5 2013 Trevor Bott In our second report from this year s ASCO conference Trevor Bott writes about a session he attended on the need for clinical trials for older cancer patient Read More ASCO 2013 doctors encourage cancer patients to quit smoking Category Science blog June 4 2013 Caroline Geraghty The world s largest cancer conference ASCO is underway in Chicago Among the many thousands of doctors and researchers our nurses are at the meeting to lea Read More Podcast Curry chemical on trial death rates fall ASCO conference highlights and more Category Science blog June 18 2012 Kat Arney This month a new trial looks at the cancer fighting properties of the curry chemical curcumin while we take a look at the reasons why cancer deaths in middle Read More Older Posts Newer Posts Popular posts Most read

    Original URL path: http://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/topic/conferences/asco-conference/ (2016-02-11)
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  • NAEDI conference - Cancer Research UK - Science blog
    online Guide to managing a grant online Notify us of new publications Update your profile How we deliver research Our research strategy Our institutes Our centres Our research partnerships More Drug discovery and development Recently funded awards Researcher case studies ABOUT US What we do We beat cancer We fundraise We develop policy Our organisation Our strategy Our Trustees CEO and Executive Board Annual report and accounts Annual review Current jobs Graduates and interns Your development Benefits Cancer news Science blog Latest press releases Latest news reports Search all news More Contact Us Press office Publications HOME ABOUT CANCER SUPPORT US NEWS RESOURCES FUNDING RESEARCH ABOUT US You are here Home border 0 Support us Home About us Cancer news Science blog Topic NAEDI conference Topic NAEDI conference Diagnosing cancer earlier the latest research from the 2015 NAEDI conference Category Science blog April 2 2015 Misha Gajewski We pick the highlights from this year s National Awareness and Early Diagnosis Initiative NAEDI conference Read More Detecting cancer early the second NAEDI Conference Category Science blog May 1 2013 Flora Malein Diagnosing a cancer early is one of the factors that can make the biggest difference in its successful treatment Launched in 2008 the National Awareness and E Read More Elsewhere on the web January 2009 Category Science blog January 19 2009 Kat Arney Here are some interesting blog posts and web pages we ve seen this month The excellent NHS Choices Behind the Headlines blog has some good posts about cancer Read More NAEDI The Size of the Prize Category Science blog November 27 2008 Ed Yong We ve blogged a bit already about last Friday s National Awareness and Early Diagnosis Initiative NAEDI conference The Initiative aims to coordinate and Read More Detecting cancer earlier NAEDI Category Science blog

    Original URL path: http://scienceblog.cancerresearchuk.org/topic/conferences/naedi-conference/ (2016-02-11)
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