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11/01/2022 - First Less Survivable Cancer Awareness Day launched
The first Less Survivable Cancers Awareness Day is launched today, to highlight the importance of early diagnosis in improving survival and quality of life for people diagnosed with these diseases. More

31/12/2021 - Cancer deaths increased pre-pandemic
Global cases of cancer increased significantly in the last decade, according to a major analysis published last night. More

21/12/2021 - UK project will find rare cancer treatments
British scientists today launch an ambitious project to treat rare cancers by using genetic testing to repurpose existing drugs. More

09/12/2021 - Cancer trial recruitment hit by pandemic - and red tape
The number of patients in cancer trials has fallen by 60% during the pandemic, according to an analysis published today. More

03/12/2021 - Epithelial cell states distinguish between uterine cancers
Two epithelial cell states have been identified that can help to distinguish between types of uterine cancer, British researchers announced last night. More

17/11/2021 - Spotlight on access to cervical cancer vaccine
The world could eliminate cervical cancer by providing access to vaccines, the World Health Organization says today. More

17/11/2021 - Worldwide fall in tobacco use
Global rates of tobacco use are continuing to fall, a new World Health Organization report shows. More

15/11/2021 - Atrial fibrillation common after breast cancer diagnosis
Women face an increased risk of developing atrial fibrillation in the first 12 months after being diagnosed with breast cancer, researchers report today. More

10/11/2021 - New pancreatic cancer symptoms found
Newly identified symptoms of pancreatic cancer include thirst and urine colour, a conference will hear today. More

10/11/2021 - Call for registration of breast implant patients
A new drive has been launched to improve the take up of a nationwide registry of breast implant patients. More

08/11/2021 - How genome sequencing can change child cancer care
Whole genome sequencing can feasibly be performed for children with cancer – and can frequently change diagnosis or treatment, a major UK conference will hear today. More

03/11/2021 - New analysis of breast cancer metastasis
Researchers have quantified the risk of breast cancer spreading to other tissues and organs in a major study reported to a conference this week. More

29/10/2021 - Volunteers needed for international breast cancer study
A call has gone out for 10,000 volunteers in the UK to sign up to a four-year, international breast cancer study. More

22/10/2021 - Promising development in treatment for glioblastoma multiforme
A major advance in brain tumour research could pave the way for personalised treatment for the most deadly form of the disease, British scientists say. More

21/10/2021 - Alcohol is one of the biggest risk factors for breast cancer
Women should decrease their alcohol intake to help reduce their risk of developing breast cancer, the World Health Organization has urged. More

20/10/2021 - Call for prostate screening in at-risk men
Men with Lynch syndrome benefit from targeted PSA testing for prostate cancer, according to a study published today. More

15/10/2021 - Cannabidiol oil link to lung cancer regression
Cannabidiol oil could have potential as a lung cancer treatment, after doctors discovered a patient’s tumour shrank after she self-medicated with it for months. More

14/10/2021 - Hepatocyte mutations linked to liver diseases
DNA mutations in liver cells lead to metabolism and insulin sensitivity in patients with liver disease, a new study has found. More

14/10/2021 - Cell mutations can prevent oesophageal cancer
Cell mutations can help prevent cancer as well as cause it, according to a new study of oesophageal disease. More

04/10/2021 - Promising portable device for at-home skin cancer treatment
A home device has been developed that can reduces pain levels during basal cell carcinoma treatment - while achieving results as good as those as a hospital stay, a conference has heard. More

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