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16/10/2019 - Tobacco still biggest global cancer risk
Tobacco remains the single biggest cause of cancer deaths worldwide, according to a new global cancer atlas published today. More

08/10/2019 - Nobel Prize for Cambridge hypoxia expert
A British academic has been named as one of three researchers awarded, jointly, this year's Nobel Prize for medicine. More

07/10/2019 - Cancer patients should have exercise prescription for heart
Cancer patients should be prescribed a personalised exercise prescription to help protect their hearts, a new report published today has claimed. More

04/10/2019 - Step up breast gene screening call
All women diagnosed with breast cancer should be offered genetic testing to help identify others at risk, British researchers say today. More

03/10/2019 - Gut microbiome clue to radiotherapy side-effects
Analysing gut bacteria can help identify patients at risk of suffering side-effects to the digestive system following radiotherapy, British researchers reported today. More

30/09/2019 - Prostate surgery sufficient - conference hears
Men who have surgery for prostate cancer do not need post-operative radiotherapy, according to the findings of a major trial. More

27/09/2019 - Tasmanian Devil cancer points to lymphoma drug
A facial cancer that plagues Tasmanian Devils is yielding new insights into how the disease evades the immune system, researchers said last night. More

23/09/2019 - Prostate cancer research breakthrough
British scientists say they have made key breakthroughs in the search for new drugs effective against prostate cancer. More

20/09/2019 - Child gene screening points to adult cancer drugs
Genetic screening of children with tumours can point to unexpected treatments, according to the findings of a UK project. More

19/09/2019 - Cancer drug benefits exaggerated - claim
The benefits of new cancer drugs continue to be exaggerated in reporting of key trials, it was alleged today. More

18/09/2019 - Cancer therapy response 'eNose' test
Researchers have created an ‘electronic nose’ that can effectively predict individual patient responses to immunotherapy, it was announced today. More

18/09/2019 - Method of breath-holding for radiotherapy success
Researchers say they are perfecting a breath-holding technique that will allow cancer patients to stay completely still during extended radiotherapy sessions. More

17/09/2019 - BRCA2 gene fault link to prostate cancer risk
Men with the BRCA2 gene fault have a higher risk of developing prostate cancer and would benefit from prostate specific antigen (PSA) testing to help detect the disease earlier, according to new research. More

12/09/2019 - How cancer survival is improving
Cancer survival rates in the UK have improved significantly in the last two decades – but have failed to catch up with other countries, according to a major new analysis. More

06/09/2019 - Hope for proton therapy after drug breakthrough
Cancer patients needing proton therapy could benefit from more effective treatment after scientists in Norway discovered that light-activated drugs transform the treatment. More

30/08/2019 - HRT cancer link "not new"
Women who take menopausal hormone therapy face a significantly increased risk of developing breast cancer, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

22/08/2019 - Bowel cancer-antibiotic link examined
Use of antibiotics may be linked to colon cancer risk later in life, particularly tumours in the proximal colon, according to a study of British patients. More

20/08/2019 - Gene "computer" unveiled
Swiss researchers have unveiled a genetic programming system that could revolutionise CRISPR-Cas gene editing. More

08/08/2019 - Breast cancer therapy blood test
Scientists have developed a new monitoring test for patients with early stage breast cancer, it was announced last night. More

05/08/2019 - AI reveals five new breast cancer types
Artificial Intelligence has been used to recognise patterns in breast cancer, leading to the discovery of five new types of the disease that can be matched to personalised treatments, British researchers say. More

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