Prof Antonio Pagliuca has been appointed Chief Medical and Scientific Adviser of Blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan.
Research finds patients diagnosed with cancer more than 24 months ago are more likely to have severe COVID-19 infections.
According to researchers at King’s College London, a recently published report on the HPV vaccination underestimated its positive effects.
The app has been launched to get more patients taking part in research at The King's Health Partners Cancer Biobank at Guy’s and St Thomas'.
Researchers from King’s College London have found that only 35% of women take part in all offered free cancer screening programmes.
Congratulations to the Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy team who are shortlisted for a Nursing Times Cancer Nursing award.
Models who have recently finished or still undergoing cancer treatment strutted their stuff as part of events marking Cancer Survivors’ Day.
Four researchers have received awards from Guy’s Cancer to lead to new developments in cancer care that will benefit patients.
David l’Anson and Mr Alexis Schizas blog about the challenges of bowel cancer diagnosis and how new clinics are helping to speed up care.
A round-up of our partnership in the media over the past two weeks.
Guy’s Cancer Academy is a new education and training offer for all King’s Health Partners staff to help deliver world-leading cancer care.
A new service at King’s College Hospital will provide mental health support for patients with cancer.