A determined young woman from Southend-on-Sea has smashed her goal of raising £21,000 for cancer research before her 21st birthday this week.
Newly appointed Poet Laureate Simon Armitage has written a poem for The Institute of Cancer Research, London, symbolising the goal of precision science to turn cancer into a manageable disease.
Testing for genetic weaknesses in repairing DNA could pick out men who may benefit from a new type of targeted nuclear medicine, a new study reports.
Our animation explains cell division and DNA replication and how mistakes can cause cancer. Help us fund exciting research to improve the ways cancers grow and evolve.
Patients with bowel cancer who have stopped responding to a widely used targeted drug could benefit from immunotherapy, a major new study reveals.
Haider Tari is a PhD student who uses mathematical modelling to understand cancer cell interactions. In this short video, he talks about why he has enjoyed studying at the ICR.
Oncology registrar, Leroy, is in the second year of his Oncology MSc at the ICR. Here he describes how the basic science informs what he practices at work every day.
Dr Ramsay Singer is a Clinical Research Fellow at the ICR working on immunotherapy drugs to improve treatments for patients with breast cancer.
Sarah Ash is a second-year PhD student at the ICR researching immunotherapy treatments to limit the spread of metastatic breast cancer.