6th Meeting on Emerging Issues in Oncogenic Virus Research
International trends in oesophageal cancer survival by histological subtype between 1995 and 2014
A new study, led by scientists from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in collaboration with international partners,...
Dietary and circulating fatty acids and ovarian cancer risk in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition
New results, published today in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention by scientists from the International Agency for Research...
Cancer registration in China and its role in cancer prevention and control
A new paper by scientists from the National Cancer Center of China, the National Cancer Center of Japan, and the...
Global burden of oesophageal and gastric cancer by histology and subsite in 2018
A new study by scientists from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in collaboration with international partners presents...
IARC and College of American Pathologists collaborate to enhance cancer reporting
IARC and partners work to assess the impact of COVID-19 on cancer and cancer prevention
IARC Monographs evaluation of the carcinogenicity of some aromatic amines and related compounds
The results of the recent IARC Monographs evaluation of the carcinogenicity of some aromatic amines and related compounds have now...
Incidence of childhood renal tumours: an international population‐based study
In a new paper published in the International Journal of Cancer, scientists from the International Agency for Research on Cancer...
Trans fatty acids from industrial processed foods may be associated with greater risk of developing ovarian cancer
Indoor burning of biomass and kerosene fuels is associated with higher risk of developing several types of digestive cancers
New IARC study on global expansion in overdiagnosis of thyroid cancer
Genetic variant could identify those more susceptible to lung cancer
New estimates highlight the need to step up the response to hepatitis D
Regular use of opium is associated with higher risk of developing a broad array of cancer types
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