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The relationship between unexpected weight loss & cancer

New research will help GPs to identify the signs they should look for to swiftly diagnose cancer in people with unexpected weight loss

TP53 gene determines severe blood cancer development

A new study has found that the allelic appearance of the TP53 gene has great impact on development of severe types of blood cancer

Using DNA & RNA to treat cancers

Cancer research UK Oxford Centre Development Fund Awardees Ysobel Baker and Tom Brown investigate the potential of DNA and RNA molecules as precision cancer treatments

Researchers discover cell communication mechanism that drives cancer adaptation

DPAG and Oncology researchers have uncovered a new mechanism by which cancer cells adapt to the stresses they encounter as they grow and respond to therapies

Prof Anna Schuh wins Vice-Chancellor Innovation Award

Anna and her team wins the Teamwork award for their work on improving the outcome of children with blood diseases in sub-Saharan Africa

Using machine-learning approaches to identify blood cancer types

Oxford researchers have outlined the applications of AI in the classification of myeloproliferative neoplasm cancers in a new study

Researchers discover mutation that determines treatment efficiency

Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine researchers have recently discovered why a class of cancer drugs is beneficial only in a subset of patients

New digital classification method using AI developed for colorectal cancer

A new study from S:CORT demonstrates an easy, cheap way to determine colorectal cancer molecular subtype using AI deep-learning digital pathology technology

Mapping the T-cell landscape of pancreatic cancer

Through analysis of T-cell populations, researchers Drs Enas Abu-Shah & Shivan Sivakumar identify novel therapeutic opportunities in pancreatic cancer patients

QResearch researchers collaborate on two major cancer projects

Researchers in the Primary Care Epidemiology Group are joining two landmark projects to combine healthcare data and artificial intelligence to improve cancer diagnosis

Oxford to lead new programme of AI research to improve lung cancer screening

Science Minister Amanda Solloway today announced Oxford will lead a new national programme of AI research to improve lung cancer screening

Yang Shi joins the Oxford Cancer community

Cancer epigenetics researcher Yang Shi has been appointed a Member of the Ludwig Oxford Branch, Nuffield Department of Medicine, to continue his research into chromatin, RNA modifications and cancer