All blog posts in Cancer Research

Earlier this year, results from a WCRF-funded study were announced at the European Congress on Obesity. They found that a higher body mass index (BMI) in childhood may help protect women against breast cancer in later life, both before and after the menopause.
New research on quality of life of colorectal cancer survivors and diet
Are micronutrient levels in blood associated with risk of breast cancer?
Foods are not eaten in isolation, so why doesn't research look at dietary patterns instead of single foods?
Is it better to have a higher blood concentration of vitamin D after a colorectal cancer diagnosis?
Emerging research suggests cooked – rather than raw – tomatoes may have a significant role to play in reducing prostate cancer
How intertwined is our nutrition as a child and our risk of cancer as an adult?
Rather than studying individual nutrients or foods, Dr Beck researches how our whole diet affects our cancer risk
Colorectal cancer survivors hardly improve their lifestyle after diagnosis
We've standardised scoring how closely populations adhere to the WCRF/AICR Recommendations