29 June 2016
Cancer Research UK researchers based at The University of Manchester and the US government’s National Cancer Institute have announced that two teams will work together to radically accelerate progress against cancer, in one of the first international collaborations inspired by US Vice-President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot.
16 June 2016
Dr James O’Connor, a clinician scientist based in the University’s Institute of Cancer Sciences, has become one of the first two medics in the UK to be awarded a Cancer Research UK Advanced Clinician Scientist Fellowship.
15 June 2016
£18 million lab complex will discover the clues to individuals' illnesses.
08 June 2016
New research, by the Universities of Glasgow and Manchester, has revealed an ‘Achilles heel’ of Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML) and found drugs to successfully target this weakness and eradicate the disease in mice.
06 June 2016
A University of Manchester-led trial has found that having radiotherapy once a day for six and a half weeks or twice a day for three weeks is equally good at treating small cell lung cancer.
17 May 2016
A ground-breaking study by University of Manchester and Liverpool scientists has identified a new link between inflammation and cell division.
17 May 2016
Your shoe fits the size of your foot, so why is your drug dose not tailored to your own personal characteristics in the same way? To answer this question, some of the world's leading experts in health care and pharmaceutical science are coming to Manchester this week.
13 May 2016
Manchester scientists will play a key role in ground-breaking research into the final stages of cancer.
06 May 2016
A pioneering cancer researcher from Manchester is to undertake a 112-mile cycle challenge around the Lake District to raise funds in memory of an inspirational scientist whose work led to the development of new cancer treatments.
15 April 2016
The odds of children having a genetic condition which causes learning difficulties and tumours have been dramatically cut, thanks to genetic analysis led by The University of Manchester and Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
14 April 2016
Dr Amaya Virós, a clinician scientist based at the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute, has been awarded a Wellcome Trust Intermediate Clinician Scientist Fellowship.
14 April 2016
Cancer cells use a mutant gene to coerce neighbouring healthy tissue into helping with the disease’s growth and spread, a major new study reports.
08 April 2016
A Wilmslow artist has created a new project which she hopes will empower those battling breast cancer.
07 April 2016
Manchester scientists have identified a potential double drug combination against B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.
07 April 2016
Professor of Radiation Biology, Catharine West, from the Institute of Cancer Sciences has recently been awarded the 2016 Weiss medal by the Association for Radiation Research
06 April 2016
A nurse from The Christie NHS Foundation Trust has been named ‘Oncology Nurse of the Year’ by the British Journal of Nursing.
04 April 2016
Professor Sir Salvador Moncada and Dr Maria Romina Girotti are among the 11 eminent scientists and exceptional early career researchers honoured in 2016.
23 March 2016
Vast amounts of data generated by screening patients for diseases like cancer and arthritis at The University of Manchester will now be used to improve treatment and drug safety in partnership with the University of Dundee.
22 March 2016
Research in Manchester has identified mutations in lung cancer that are key to tumour growth, offering a new way to differentiate and treat some patients with the disease.
14 March 2016
An HIV drug could stop one of the early changes in skin cancer cells that leads to them becoming resistant to treatment
11 March 2016
Approximately a quarter of women with HER2 positive breast cancer saw their tumours shrink significantly or even disappear, according to results from a clinical trial.
09 March 2016
The pioneering TARGET study has completed its first phase with encouraging results for conducting virtual biopsies.
07 March 2016
A blood test may be able to sound early warning bells that patients with advanced melanoma skin cancer are relapsing, according to a new study.
03 March 2016
Researchers in Manchester have been exloring the causes of high breast density that could reveal new ways to prevent the disease.
01 March 2016
Engineers, scientists and clinicians are to working together develop new imaging technology that could provide more accurate cancer treatments.
25 February 2016
A University of Manchester study has shed light on a chain of events that allows tumour cells to thrive in tough environments, identifying potential new ways to diagnose and treat cancer.
25 February 2016
New research involving Manchester scientists has identified key factors that drive blood cell development by recapitulating this process in a culture dish.
24 February 2016
Kate Hogan, a PhD Student at the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute, is attending Parliament to present her research.
10 February 2016
Researchers have identified a protein that controls how breast cancer cells spread around the body, according to a Cancer Research UK-funded study published in Science Signaling.
09 February 2016
Scientists in Manchester have explored the role of one particular cell signalling protein in bowel cancer, and found that its mutation promotes tumour growth.
05 February 2016
On 4 February – World Cancer Day – the MCRC played host to an evening event for alumni of The University of Manchester.
04 February 2016
Dr Claus Jorgensen from the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute is one of six scientists to have new research projects funded by Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund.
26 January 2016
Scientists in Manchester and Glasgow have found that certain melanoma cells change the way they produce energy for growth – offering an insight into drug resistance and a potential way to treat resistant tumours in the clinic.