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18/01/2018 - Analysis backs cancer gene screening for all women
All women should be screened for genes for breast and ovarian cancers, according to an analysis published today. More

15/01/2018 - Reminders boost bowel screening trials
Reminder letters and a leaflet of explanation have achieved a significant improvement in the uptake of flexible sigmoidoscopy screening in England, researchers report today. More

12/01/2018 - Impact of BRCA on early breast cancer studied
Young women who are treated for early breast cancer do not face any immediate increased risk if they carry BRCA mutations, British researchers say today. More

05/01/2018 - Resolutions may trigger risk-reducing behaviour change - study
Sticking to New Year resolutions to lead a healthier lifestyle helps individuals reduce the risk of developing cancer, according to Welsh researchers. More

04/01/2018 - How alcohol damages DNA
Researchers have discovered some of the exact ways that alcohol causes genetic damage that may trigger the development of cancer. More

04/01/2018 - Virus helps to tackle brain tumours
British scientists have successfully identified a virus that trigger a form of immunotherapy for brain cancer, it was announced last night. More

22/12/2017 - Fruit that may help repair ex-smokers’ lungs
A diet high in apples and tomatoes could help to restore lung damage caused by smoking, a new US study has suggested. More

19/12/2017 - Screening drop off puts cervical cancer reductions at risk
Cervical cancer may cease to kill young women within 20 years – but will remain a problem for older women because of complacency about screening, according to a new analysis. More

15/12/2017 - Egyptian mummies reveal earliest known cancers
Researchers have identified the oldest known cases of two kinds of cancer in Egyptian mummies, it has been announced. More

15/12/2017 - Gene link to early-onset breast cancer
British researchers have found a genetic variant underlying the development of breast cancer in young women, it was announced today. More

13/12/2017 - Enzyme has double role in cancer
An anti-ageing enzyme may also help cancer cells survive chemotherapy, British researchers have found. More

11/12/2017 - Melanoma genes may indicate broader risk
People who have family members with inherited mutations linked to risk of melanoma also have an increased risk of the disease themselves – even if they do not carry the genetic variants, a new Swedish study has shown. More

05/12/2017 - Poor pancreatic cancer trials letting down patients
A lack of trials into pancreatic cancer is a significant barrier to understanding the difficult-to-treat disease, according to a healthcare analytics company. More

01/12/2017 - Cancer drug could help HIV patients
A drug used to treat cancer could also wipe out HIV-infected cells. More

30/11/2017 - Award for Portuguese cancer researcher
An academic from Portugal has received a major research award to develop laboratory-grown cancer tumours for drug testing. More

29/11/2017 - Strong cancer link to diabetes and weight
A "substantial number" of cancer cases are attributable to diabetes and high body mass index, researchers warn today. More

20/11/2017 - Euro-Asian conference studies cultural barriers to cancer care
Efforts to improve breast cancer detection among women from Asian societies need education programmes tailored to local culture, a major conference heard yesterday. More

10/11/2017 - Three smear tests a lifetime thanks to vaccine
The HPV vaccine means that women need many fewer cervical screens than at present, British researchers say today. More

07/11/2017 - AI to predict radiotherapy side-effects
A “big data” project is seeking to build a model that can predict the risk of side-effects from radiotherapy for prostate cancer, a conference will be told today. More

07/11/2017 - Cancer risk from carbon nanotubes
Carbon nanotubes could create a risk of mesothelioma, similar to that posed by asbestos, researchers warn today. More

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