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Find out more about the key questions driving our research.
A class of drugs used to treat certain breast cancers could help to tackle lung cancers that have become resistant to targeted therapies.
A new technique to study tissue samples in 3D has revealed that pancreatic cancers can start and grow in two distinct ways, solving a decades-old mystery of how tumours form.
Crick scientist Vivian Li has been awarded the 2018 Future Leaders in Cancer Research Prize by Cancer Research UK for her pioneering work on bowel cancer.
How does cancer start, spread and respond to therapy?
This two-day meeting will to bring together over 200 researchers and clinicians working on cancer.
Immune cells called Gamma Delta T cells can act independently to identify and kill cancer cells, defying the conventional view of the immune system.