All blog posts in Cancer Research

Associate Prof Brigid Lynch, a cancer epidemiologist in Australia, shares her latest evidence on what happens in a woman’s body when she exercises to reduce her risk of breast cancer
Until now, we have mainly used traditional methods to study nutrition and cancer, but the time has come to use different tools in order to gain more accurate results
We're moving towards a greater understanding of diet, nutrition, physical activity and cancer by renaming and developing our flagship cancer research programme
Sigourney aims to empower and encourage future Black Cancer leaders and reduce cancer disparities through education and advocacy
Earlier this year, results from a WCRF-funded study were announced at the European Congress on Obesity
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