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“While there’s been significant progress in treating solid tumour cancers overall with targeted therapies, patients with the KRAS G12C mutation have not benefited from these advances.”  Photograph: Getty Images

(...) “undruggable” gene mutation, potentially paving the way for a new cancer treatment. The California(...)

French regulators have taken textured breast implants made by Irish drug giant Allergan off the market. Photograph: Thomas White / Reuters

(...) cancer are being taken off the market in Europe. The implants, which have a textured or slightly(...)

The collaboration between Inflection Biosciences and the University of Texas Cancer Center  aims to explore the effects of the company’s pipeline of potential cancer treatments in head and neck cancer.

University of Texas Cancer Center (MD Anderson). The start-up is working on a new approach to blocking the(...)

Even though they are exported from Ireland for use in other European countries, five drugs manufactured in Ireland for the treatment of cancer and heart disease are not sanctioned for use here.

Five drugs manufactured in Ireland for the treatment of cancer and heart disease are not sanctioned(...)

The Health Service Executive says it has approved six cancer therapies this year and 24 since the start of 2016.

The Government cannot achieve targets set in its cancer strategy if it continues to block approval(...)

Emma Mhic Mhathúna with solicitor Cian O’Carroll: “From the outset, I was determined to fight for justice for my children and the figure replicates the damage that’s been done to them.” Photograph: Collins Courts

(...) needs will be brief because, as Mr Justice Cross heard, the missed cervical cancer has now spread to(...)

Shirley McEntee: “I thought with skin cancer they just cut it out and that’s that”

(...) she wasn’t overly worried. “I thought with skin cancer they just cut it out and that’s that.” That(...)

Dr Steven Rosenberg next to a freezer storing patient cells and genetic material at the National Cancer Institute in Washington.  Photograph: Jesse Dittmar/The New York Times

(...) cancer should have killed him, yet here he lay on the table for a routine gallbladder operation. The(...)

Livestock and harm: Global food production and agriculture account for about 25 per cent of all greenhouse-gas emission. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty

(...) most carcinogenic products, although the risk of actually developing cancer from them is low. Red meats(...)

 Eli Lilly’s sales had fallen for six quarters in a row as a slew of patent expiries over the past three years slashed demand for its biggest products.

(...) diabetes and cancer drugs as well as the acquisition of Novartis’s animal-health business. Lilly’s sales(...)

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