1. Drug resistance: the next target for cancer treatment  The BMJ
  2. Cancer could be ‘CURED’ in the next 10 years, scientists reveal — thanks to new drugs  The Sun
  3. Cancer: Breakthrough treatments to target drug resistance  BBC News
  4. Scientists hope to trick cancer cells to prevent them becoming drug-resistant  The Independent
  5. Cancer BREAKTHROUGH: New drugs could beat killer disease within 10 YEARS  Express
  6. View full coverage on Google News
Can a new research institute usher in a new era of cancer management? Nigel Hawkes investigates Cancer will be conquered only by outwitting its ability to evolve more rapidly than the drugs treating it, the Institute of Cancer Research has decided. It has launched a new programme to tackle what its chief executive, Paul Workman, calls “the biggest challenge in cancer biology”—controlling the resistance to chemotherapy driven by darwinian selection. “Many patients respond well to drugs, but months or years later tumours start to grow again,” he told a briefing at the Science Media Centre in London on 15 May. “Most of the cancer cells may be susceptible to the drug, but a small number are resistant. The vast majority of cancer deaths are the result of these cells forming new tumours resistant to the drugs.” The perception is not new, he conceded, but has come into full focus only with the development of new techniques …

Drug resistance: the next target for cancer treatment | The BMJ

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

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.

New dawn in cancer war: Scientists to develop revolutionary drugs to stop resistant tumours | Daily Mail Online

“Up next on #r4today: @ICR_London's Prof Paul Workman on putting Darwinian evolution at the heart of strategies to combat cancer”

Tom Feilden on Twitter: "Up next on #r4today: @ICR_London's Prof Paul Workman on putting Darwinian evolution at the heart of strategies to combat cancer… https://t.co/69z9Wan60x"

The first treatments could be available within a decade, say scientists setting up a research centre.The first treatments could be available within a decade, say scientists setting up a research centre.

Cancer: Breakthrough treatments to target drug resistance - BBC News

Subscribe to read | Financial Times

MILLIONS of lives could be saved by new cancer drugs set to be available within a decade. British scientists have declared that an 'exciting' £75million mission is aimed at stopping cancer cells becoming resistant to treatment. Such medicines would help patients live longer and have better lives by making the condition manageable and 'more often curable'.MILLIONS of lives could be saved by new cancer drugs set to be available within a decade. British scientists have declared that an "exciting" £75million mission is aimed at stopping cancer cells becoming resistant to treatment. Such medicines would help patients live longer and have better lives by making the condition manageable and "more often curable".

Cancer news: New drugs could beat killer disease within 10 YEARS | Express.co.uk

Cancer could be kept at bay by a revolution in treatment that would use artificial intelligence to stay ahead of tumours’ ability to resist drugs, scientists believe. Paul Workman, chief executive of the Institute of Cancer Research, said that focusing on winning the “evolutionary battle” to stopCancer could be kept at bay by a revolution in treatment that would use artificial intelligence to stay ahead of tumours’ ability to resist drugs, scientists believe. Paul Workman, chief executive...

Doctors join forces with AI to stay one step ahead of cancer | News | The Times

TOP scientists have said treatment for cancer could be found within the next 10 years. TOP scientists have said treatment for cancer could be found...

Cancer cure: UK scientist hopeful disease will be treatable in next 10 years - Daily Star

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

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

It's a radical change from the traditional focus on chemo and radiotherapy often leading to their mutating and returning stronger It's a radical change from the traditional focus on chemo and radiotherapy often leading to their mutating and returning stronger

New cancer drug sees disease 'put to sleep' instead of chemo and radiotherapy - Mirror Online

The Institute for Cancer Research (ICR) in London is launching the world’s first ‘Darwinian’ drug discovery programme specially designed to stop cancer cells becoming resistant to treatment.The Institute for Cancer Research (ICR) in London is launching the world’s first ‘Darwinian’ drug discovery programme specially designed to stop cancer cells becoming resistant to treatment.

Read World first treatment to fight cancer cells becoming drug-resistant latest on ITV News. All the Health newsThe world's first drugs aimed at stopping cancer cells becoming resistant to treatment could be available within the next decade, scientists have said. The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) have hailed the 'Darwinian' drug which will tackle cancer’s lethal ability to evolve and become resistant to treatment. Chief Executive Professor Paul Workman said drug resistance is the toughest challenge faced by those working against the disease. The new medicine could help cancer patients live longer and better quality lives and make the condition manageable and "curable".

World first treatment to fight cancer cells becoming drug-resistant - ITV News

Scientists want cancer to become susceptible to certain drugs, sending it to an evolutionary dead-end and its own destruction.Scientists want cancer to become susceptible to certain drugs, sending it to an evolutionary dead-end and its own destruction.

Breakthrough cancer treatments to target drugs resistance | UK News | Sky News

The world’s first ‘Darwinian’ drug discovery programme specially designed to tackle cancer’s lethal ability to evolve resistance to treatment is to be launched in a state-of-the-art new building in London.

World’s first ‘Darwinian’ cancer drug programme aims to deliver step change in cancer treatment - The Institute of Cancer Research, London