During Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Professor Chris Jones speaks about how his team's research into childhood cancer, wouldn't be possible without the generous support from donors and partners.
Tina tells us about what it meant to her to share her story with the ICR.
ICR fundraiser Adam Lee reflects on his incredible challenge of running 12 ultramarathons in 7 months for the ICR.
Professor Mel Greaves talks about how a major new analysis has revealed for the first time the likely cause of most cases of childhood leukaemia and that the disease may be preventable.
Patient advocate Cara Hoofe describes her experiences of being out of active treatment following treatment for colorectal cancer.
Tina Manning talks about her experience of being diagnosed with malignant melanoma and treated with pembrolizumab.
Dr Sebastian Guettler talks us through the new chromatography machine, purchased using generous donations from ICR supporters.
Find out more about the ICR’s Will for Free programme – who can use it, how it works, and the life-changing impact you can have on the future of cancer research.
A drug used in treating non-small cell lung cancer could offer a new targeted therapy for thousands of breast cancer patients following the discovery that it can kill breast cancer cells with a particular genetic defect.