1. Scientists in new push to control cancer before curing it  CNA
  2. Cancer could be ‘CURED’ in the next 10 years, scientists reveal — thanks to new drugs  The Sun
  3. New war on cancer aims at longterm survival, not cure  The Guardian
  4. New dawn in cancer war: Scientists to develop revolutionary drugs to stop resistant tumours  Daily Mail
  5. Cancer could become long-term 'manageable' condition with new class of 'anti-evolution' drugs  Telegraph.co.uk
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LONDON: Cancer scientists in Britain are launching what they call the world's first "Darwinian" drug development program in a bid to get ahead of ...LONDON: Cancer scientists in Britain are launching what they call the world's first "Darwinian" drug development program in a bid to get ahead of ...

Scientists in new push to control cancer before curing it - CNA

They believe it will allow the disease to be managed as a long-term illness.CANCER could be “cured” within a decade, top UK scientists claim. They say new drugs will keep tumours in check and stop them being fatal. Prof Paul Workman, of London’s Institute of Cancer Researc…

Cancer could be 'CURED' in the next 10 years, scientists reveal — thanks to new drugs

Cancer could become a long-term “manageable” condition thanks to a new generation of “anti-evolution” drugs, Britain’s leading research body has said.Cancer could become a long-term “manageable” condition thanks to a new generation of “anti-evolution” drugs, Britain’s leading research body has said.

Cancer could become long-term 'manageable' condition with new class of 'anti-evolution' drugs

Christine O’Connell was nearing five years in remission for breast cancer when she suffered a seizure while cycling in London last February. Now she is being treated with the new generation drugs.Christine O’Connell was nearing five years in remission for breast cancer when she suffered a seizure while cycling in London last February. Now she is being treated with the new generation drugs.

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