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13/12/2019 - Anastrozole recommended for some post-menopausal women to stop cancer
Anastrozole should be the preventive drug recommended for post-menopausal women at increased risk of developing breast cancer, according to the findings of a new international study today. More

13/12/2019 - Blood test identifies rare breast cancer mutations
Rare mutations in advanced breast cancer can be identified through a simple blood test, in what clinicians have described as a “huge step”, it was announced last night. More

11/12/2019 - Planning in advance supports end of life care
People who plan their end of life care in advance can enjoyed improved survival and care quality, according to Danish doctors. More

09/12/2019 - Seeing cancer as a chronic disease
The public need to stop expecting "cures" for cancer and recognise it can often be managed as a long-term disease, British experts say today. More

03/12/2019 - Olaparib promising for advanced prostate cancer
A gene-targeted medicine, for breast and ovarian cancer, shows promise for some men with advanced prostate cancer, the results of a new clinical trial have shown. More

29/11/2019 - Immunotherapy helps prostate cancer 'super responders'
So-called prostate cancer “super responders” could live for two years or longer on immunotherapy, a major new clinical trial has revealed. More

26/11/2019 - Analysis shows sect's health benefits
A clean living religious sect is ensuring significantly improved health for its adherents, including reduced rates of cancer, according to a new study. More

22/11/2019 - Statins may protect against lethal prostate disease
Statins may help protect men from the most lethal forms of prostate cancer, according to Irish researchers. More

18/11/2019 - Call for improved drug access for advanced breast cancer patients
A European conference has heard calls for improved access to drugs for patients with common forms of advanced breast cancer. More

15/11/2019 - Combination drug hope for some breast cancer patients
Some patients with HER2-positive breast cancer have responded well to the combination drug T-DM1, new research reveals today (15 November 2019). More

14/11/2019 - Herbal risk to breast cancer patients
Patients with breast cancer are often tempted to turn to herbal therapies - but they may delay healing and interfere with treatments, a European conference will hear today. More

13/11/2019 - Male cancer survivors may need hormone boost
Young male cancer survivors may benefit from treatment with replacement testosterone, British experts have reported. More

13/11/2019 - Vaping risk of vascular damage
Scientists have made further discoveries into the damage that can be done by vaping, it was announced today. More

05/11/2019 - Ovarian cancer diagnostic blood test backed
Testing for a specific protein in the blood could help doctors to spot ovarian cancer, as well as other cancers, researchers will say today. More

04/11/2019 - Blood test could detect early breast cancer
A blood test could help to detect signs of breast cancer five years before there are clinical signs of the disease, a UK conference has heard. More

04/11/2019 - Specific gut bacteria risk to bowel cancer
A specific type of gut bacteria may be associated with an increased risk of developing bowel cancer, according to new research being presented today (4 November 2019). More

01/11/2019 - Two hormones key to prostate cancer risk
Men have an increased risk of developing prostate cancer if their blood has high levels of free testosterone and a growth hormone, a conference hears today. More

28/10/2019 - Cancer patients' metaphor 'menu' launched
A “menu metaphor” has been created to help doctors explain cancer to their patients. More

21/10/2019 - Imaging tool will help early tumour diagnosis
New imaging technology can detect the key cells involved in the formation of metastatic tumours, Scottish researchers say today. More

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

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