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Cancer Research UK: Episodes

We take a look at the latest worldwide cancer stats, highlight the importance of cancer surgery, and discuss the issues around oesophageal cancer. Transcript: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-us/cancer-news/podcast/cancer-deaths-in-men-surgery-under-the-spotlight-and-highlighting-oesophageal-cancer
We meet comedian Dara O'Briain at the launch of our mobile phone game to speed up research, and hear from childhood cancer survivors who are giving something back.
This month we discuss exciting results from a lung cancer awareness campaign, important findings from a trial to prevent breast cancer, and take a trip to an alcohol-free bar. Read a transcript here: https://www.cancerresearchuk.org/about-us/cancer-news/podcast/lung-cancer-success-and-an-alcohol-free-new-year
We discuss how the immune system may act as an early warning alarm, sleeping cells, progress in prostate cancer and children’s cancer trials. And we’ve got this month’s heroes and zeros. Read the transcript here: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-info/news/podcast/transcripts/December-2013-podcast-transcript ...
This is the Cancer Research UK podcast NCRI Cancer Conference 2013 special edition – bringing you highlights from the UK’s largest meeting of cancer scientists, doctors, nurses and patient groups, plus a discussion about developing targeted treatments for cancer. Transcript: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-info/news/podcast/transcripts/ncri-conference-2013-podcast-transcript ...
Why it's important to see your doctor if you pass blood when you wee, the evidence linking pollution and cancer risk, and how Standing Up To Cancer is helping research. Plus this month's heroes and zeros. Read the transcript here: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-info/news/podcast/transcripts/november-2013-podcast-transcript ...
A new US study has analysed DNA from thousands of tumours, recent breast cancer advances, the impact of cancer stories in the media and our heroes and zeros. Read a transcript here: http://cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-info/news/podcast/transcripts/october-2013-podcast-transcript
A new genetic study reveals the roots of cancer, advances in prostate cancer, facts and figures on skin cancer, plus our heroes and zeros. Read a transcript here: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-info/news/podcast/transcripts/september-2013-podcast-transcript
This month we’re discussing the latest advances in cancer research including a “magic wand” for surgery and whether chocolate can detect cancer. Plus, we take a look at a major new lung cancer gene project. And we’ve got this month’s heroes and zeros. Read a full transcript here: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-info/news/podcast/transcripts/august-2013-podcast-transcript ...
This month we’re discussing HPV, cancer and oral sex, and finding out how melanoma cells go on the move. Plus, we take a look at the quiet epidemic of oesophageal cancer in UK men. And we’ve got this month’s heroes and zeros. Read a full transcript here: http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-info/news/podcast/transcripts/july-2013-podcast-transcript ...
This month we’ll be discussing Angelina Jolie’s decision to go public about her genetic risk of breast cancer and double mastectomy. Plus, we take a look at the importance of clinical trials for improving survival for cancer patients. And we’ve got this month’s heroes and zeros. Read a full trasncript ...
This month we’ll be looking at liquid biopsies for cancer patients, finding out about the Cancer Drugs Fund – and what happens when it runs out. Plus, we’re focusing on the progress we’ve made in beating bowel cancer and the challenges that still lie ahead. And we’ve got this month’s heroes ...
In this month's podcast we'll be finding out about a blood test that can track breast cancer, how our cancer risk is encoded in our genes, and why a tobacco company spent millions of pounds on misleading adverts. Plus we report on the computer nerds taking on cancer, and bring you this month’s heroes ...
This month, independent review of breast screening reveals both benefits and harms, new citizen science project launched to speed up cancer research, researchers call for more coordinated approach to childhood cancer, Stand Up To Cancer raises over £7 million for cutting-edge research, lung cancer awareness ...
This month: A third of cancers in the elderly are diagnosed through an emergency hospital admission, report calls on dentists to help spot mouth cancer, scientists uncover new breast cancer drug target, trial of cannabis chemical launches, we kick off breast cancer awareness month with an update on the ...
In this month’s podcast:
• Rates of skin cancer soar among the middle-aged, as our scientists launch a new study into the risks and benefits of sunbathing
• High iron levels plus a faulty gene can lead to bowel cancer
• ‘Worrying’ variation in how often GPs refer patients for cancer tests.
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This month, a survey reveals ignorance of cancers caused by smoking, 8,000 people a year are dying from work-related cancers, cancer threat fails to motivate weight loss, testosterone on trial for young male cancer survivors, and - with the Olympics looming - we meet one of our prize-winning researchers ...
This month, a new trial looks at a cancer-fighting curry chemical, while cancer deaths in middle age fall thanks to better screening and treatment. Also prostate cancer drug abiraterone is approved by NICE, and a study reveals poor cancer survival in men with mental illness. And finally, we bring you ...
This month, trial results help bladder cancer patients avoid major surgery, prostate cancer cases reach an all time high, fresh findings on how cancers spread, an important step forward for pancreatic cancer, our new campaign to help stop children smoking, and we speak to scientists trying to tap into ...
This month, a landmark study could revolutionise breast cancer treatment, growing evidence on aspirin and cancer, obesity drives rises in kidney and womb cancers, lung cancer cases continue to rise in women, scientists develop first snap-shot of tiny brain tumours, and we shine a spotlight on 40 years ...
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