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Immunotherapy cancer drug hailed

as 'game changer'



An immunotherapy drug has been described as a potential

"game-changer" in promising results presented at the

European Cancer Congress.

In a study of head and neck cancer, more patients taking nivolumab survived

for longer compared with those who were treated with chemotherapy.

You can read the entire article here





You may not be aware of this, but Head & Neck Cancer

is the sixth most common type of Cancer in

the world right now.

There is a fascinating article about the latest

research on how scientists are finding new and exciting

ways to fight this particular Cancer.

Using a technique that looks for genes that

tumour cells need to survive, Fred Hutchinson Cancer

Research Center scientists have identified a potential new drug

for a class of difficult-to-treat head and neck cancers.

To read the complete article just click here.



By asking ourselves why cancer might exist, we can get a

glimpse of life in a bygone biological age.

Read the full article here



The Genome project will transform cancer care

NHS to sequence DNA of 40,000 patients over next four years



Pancreatic cancer cells

Read the complete story here


This is an amazing article about the work of

Google Research. Although this isn't related to

Head & Neck Cancer, who knows what Google might

get up to in their research.

Please read the full article here.



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