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The Institute of Cancer Research, London, media team works to increase the profile of the organisation by showcasing the cutting-edge research carried out by our scientists and development initiatives. 

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News

New targeted cancer drug shows signs of effectiveness in first clinical trial 19
Oct
2017

A new targeted cancer drug has a good safety profile and has led to responses in some patients with particular genetic characteristics in their tumours. Find out more

Pioneering imaging tech measures cell changes in melanoma 18
Oct
2017

A cutting-edge form of non-invasive imaging technology can track the response of malignant melanoma cells to treatment, researchers have found. Find out more

Government minister Lord Prior visits The London Cancer Hub 17
Oct
2017

Transport links in Sutton, and the potential for science to drive economic growth, were two of the themes of a visit by Government minister Lord Prior to The London Cancer Hub. Find out more

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Features

Pioneering genetic research into myeloma is spearheading our search for new treatments 30
May
2017

Our researchers are pioneering a new understanding of the genetic complexities of myeloma and the innovative use of existing drugs as treatments, as Conor McKeever finds out. Find out more

How our 26 dedicated London Marathon 2017 runners are set to raise over £90,000 for cancer research 25
Apr
2017

With donations to our dedicated #teamICR London Marathon runners set to top £90,000, Laura Mulkerne looks back on a day of gruelling effort, raucous support and hard-won medals. Find out more

Find out why our supporter Jennifer is running the London Marathon for #teamICR 06
Apr
2017

It’s nearly that time of year again, when runners from all over the world lace up their trainers and tackle one of the most famous marathons there is: the Virgin Money London Marathon. But why do our supporters do it? Heather Lacey caught up with one of our supporters, Jennifer Herbert, to find out why she decided to support our vital work by running 26.2 gruelling miles. Find out more

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