The translation of scientific advances in understanding cancer into real benefits for patients is gathering pace.

Cambridge Research Institute

CRI: linking the laboratory to the cancer clinic

01 May 2009

The Cambridge Research Institute (CRI) is driving the development of new approaches for the early detection, prevention and treatment of cancer....

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Kyung Chae Jeong, National Cancer Center, South Korea

Cancer Research UK

01 May 2009

Cancer Research UK is the world's leading independent charity dedicated to cancer research, spending around £300 million a year on world-class...

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Prostate screening may have benefits

01 April 2009

Cambridge University scientists have shown that screening for prostate cancer using prostate specific antigen (PSA) would lead to a reduction in...

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metastatic breast cancer in pleural fluid

Cambridge gene hunters find two new breast cancer genes

30 March 2009

Two new regions of the human genome linked to breast cancer have been found by an international team of scientists led by Cambridge University...

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Scientists crack the code to tamoxifen resistance

13 November 2008

Scientists have discovered the molecular basis for tamoxifen response in breast cancer cells - and the reason why some women can develop...

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IMS- Institute of Metabolic Science

Translating research into healthy lives

01 May 2008

MRC-supported initiatives on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus aim to combat health problems linked with obesity and lifestyle.

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Structure of Ral (pink) binding to RLIP(grey) solved by nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

Hunting for hotspots in protein interactions

01 May 2008

Two biochemists have recently won an MRC grant to investigate potential targets in the treatment of cancer.

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You are what you eat: Investigating nutrition and cancer

01 April 2007

We all know that a good diet is key to good health, but it's now clear that certain foods we eat can unmask underlying susceptibilities to cancer...

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