Cancer: Scientists aim to double survival within a decade

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Scientists believe they could double the survival of people with advanced cancer within a decade. World-leading experts from the Institute of Cancer Research (ICR), London, and Britain’s Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust said cutting-edge research will mean more people get cured while others live far longer. Cancer scientists are increasingly gaining knowledge about what they describe as the “cancer ecosystem”. This is the complex system which allows cancer cells to thrive and is made up of cancer cells, the immune system and those molecules, cells and structures that surround tumours and hel…

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