Use of the IARC RSS feeds is subject to the terms and conditions outlined in the IARC Copyright Notice. IARC reserves the right to discontinue this service at any time.
What is RSS?
IARC news, publications and cancer research information are now available via RSS (Really Simple Syndication). RSS provides a quick and easy way to keep up-to-date with the latest news from IARC. The content that you are interested in, called a feed, is delivered directly to you once you subscribe. This feed is also referred to as an RSS Feed, web feed, RSS stream or RSS channel.
How does RSS work?
In order to use RSS feeds on your computer, you need web-based software called an RSS reader, news reader or aggregator. This software allows you to collect the RSS feeds from various sites automatically and display them for you to read and use.
Where Can I Get an RSS Reader?
Some browsers, such as the current versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Chrome, have built-in RSS readers. These can automatically check for RSS feeds when you visit a website, and display the orange RSS icon when they find one. You can add the feed by clicking on the orange icon and subscribing to it.
IARC do not recommend or endorse any reader in particular.
How do I subscribe to the IARC RSS feeds?
If you are using a feed reader, click on the links marked with the RSS feed symbol at the top of any page. You can also click on the link to the feed to which you wish to subscribe, copy the URL address of that feed from the web browser window, and paste it into your news reader.