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23 June 2022
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The Cancer Cachexia Action Network - meet the team taking on the Cachexia challenge
CANCAN team at Cancer Grand Challenges summit
On 16 June 2022, we announced four new Cancer Grand Challenges teams taking on some of the toughest challenges in cancer research. Here, meet the CANCAN team receiving $25m to take on the Cachexia challenge.  Many patients with advanced…

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22 June 2022
On 16 June 2022, we announced four new Cancer Grand Challenges teams taking on some of the toughest challenges in cancer research. Here, meet the…
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16 June 2022
Today we announce the four new teams selected to each receive $25m Cancer Grand Challenges funding to take on some of the toughest challenges in…
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15 June 2022
Cancer Grand Challenges scientists and collaborators have created the first map of the major chromosomal changes that occur during cancer. This…
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9 June 2022
Today, the team taking on our Lethal vs. Non-Lethal challenge shared new findings that could change management and treatment for people with ductal…

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RT @DavidYLewis: We are recruiting multiple postdocs to this world class Grand Challenge team, in areas of #cancerbiology, #cancermetabolis… Thu Jun 23 18:06:28 +0000 2022

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Up to 45% of bowel cancers carry a fault in the KRAS gene, detrimentally affecting how a patient will respond to treatment. New results from the OPTIMISTICC team suggest these poor outcomes may be due to the way faulty…
20 October 2020
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Some carcinogens can cause cancer without directly damaging DNA: a new study from the Cancer Grand Challenges Mutographs team challenges a long-held view on the early development of a tumour. For years, research has…
13 October 2020
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The Cancer Grand Challenges Scientific Committee is pleased to welcome two new members: Professor Jill P Mesirov (University of California San Diego School of Medicine) and Professor Barbara K Rimer (University of North…
11 October 2020