The big questions are, why are humans so vulnerable to cancer? and why is drug resistance the norm for advanced disease? Evolutionary biology has something to say about each of these grand challenges.
Two special guest blogs for World Cancer Day. The first from Kristen Maloney, discusses the art of cancer nursing while the second, from Professor Sarah Kagan, discusses cancer nursing and older people.
This free BMJ Learning module covers the importance and effectiveness of physical exercise as a preventer of cancer, as well as being an essential part of its treatment.
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Since starting out as the publisher of a single medical journal in 1840, BMJ has developed a unique range of expertise to meet today’s global healthcare challenges. We invited a handful of our customers and staff from around the world to tell us what inspires and excites them about BMJ. The results are memorable.
Our Values are intrinsic in giving us the focus and direction we need to deliver solutions that improve health outcomes. They are more than just a vision. They represent the work we do everyday and are integrated in our business decisions and strategy.
From Brazil to Beijing, Mumbai to Manchester, BMJ is helping to improve health outcomes around the world. Read a selection of our greatest success stories here.