Researchers are exploring whether T-cell responses to COVID-19 infection and vaccination could be used to fight cancer. Prof Alan Parker and his team work with adenoviruses, similar to the common… Read More »Scientists investigating whether COVID immunity could be used to treat cancer
The first-ever coordinated Cancer Research Strategy for Wales (CReSt), which will bring together the whole research community in the fight against cancer, is published today. Its delivery will be co-ordinated… Read More »New roadmap unveiled to boost cancer research for patients across Wales
A Wales-led research partnership has discovered that patients with incurable breast cancer could benefit more from a combined therapy than initial research suggested. The FAKTION trial has been undertaken by… Read More »New phase of treatment research offers hope to breast cancer patients
The Tessa Jowell Brain Cancer Mission (TJBCM) has awarded six new brain tumour centres – including the Cardiff Neuro-oncology Centre – the “Tessa Jowell Centre of Excellence” status. The award… Read More »Cardiff Brain Cancer Centre awarded Centre of Excellence status
A Cardiff researcher has been awarded a Fellowship to discover new ways of identifying pancreatic cancer before it develops into a tumour. Dr Beatriz Salvador was awarded the Career Foundation… Read More »Cardiff Researcher Awarded Pancreatic Cancer UK Fellowship
The Experimental Cancer Medicine Centre (ECMC) is looking for teenagers and young adults who are interested in helping to provide a patient view on cancer research within Wales. You may be… Read More »Public Involvement opportunities within the ECMC Research Group in Cardiff
An all-Wales one-year pilot for prehabilitation in patients with advanced ovarian cancer is currently underway for all patients in Wales.
Wales Cancer Research Centre is proud to be supporting the new ‘Where Would We Be Without Research’ campaign led by Health and Care Research Wales
Health and Care Research Wales have funding available to pay honoraria for public involvement in developing research funding bids.
This month, the Wales Cancer Research Centre released its 2020-2021 Annual Stakeholder Report.