Cancer is a deadly disease and would have been particularly lethal before the recent development of effective treatments. So why didn’t it – or our susceptibility to it – die out long ago?
Obama's goal of "curing" cancer is unrealistic, simplistic and not achievable. Cancer is a group of more than 100 different diseases for which no single cure will ever be effective.
Jimmy Carter is now cancer-free, but is it right to say that he's been cured?
Eating less sugar isn't enough to stop glucose-hungry cancer cells but new research points the way to how we might starve them to death.
A new report by MPs recommends greater independence for financial decisions, and a secure funding strategy.