Men with particularly aggressive prostate cancers can be treated more effectively by combining an existing targeted medicine with a new experimental drug, according to a study led by Professor Joha
Developed by Sirius Medical, a Netherlands Cancer Institute spin-off, Sirius Pintuition consists of a small magnetic seed - the size of a grain of rice - and a detector.
Professor Nicholas Turner has been recognised with a prestigious Fellowship of the Academy of Medical Sciences for his excellence in breast cancer research and outstanding contribution to the field.
A combination of three drugs is safe and shows signs of effectiveness in treating some patients with previously treated advanced breast cancer, a clinical trial shows.
Giving bladder cancer patients fewer but larger radiation doses reduces the risk of the disease returning and should be adopted as the new standard of care, a new study shows.