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20/04/2018 - Handgrip test for lung cancer survival chances
Testing handgrip strength can help predict the survival chances of patients with non-small cell lung cancer, a conference will hear this weekend. More

20/04/2018 - NHS genomics project "at risk" - MPs
Ambitious plans to make the NHS a world leader in genomics are at risk, MPs warn today. More

17/04/2018 - New drug targets for prostate cancer
Landmark research into prostate cancer has revealed 80 molecular 'weaknesses' that could be targeted by drugs, it was announced last night. More

12/04/2018 - Challenge to find treatable cancer mutations
Oncologists face a huge task to identify which of thousands of recently identified genetic mutations in cancer are worth targeting with drug treatments, European experts have warned. More

11/04/2018 - New drug class unveiled at Imperial
British researchers have announced the development of a new class of drug developed to treat drug-resistant tumours. More

10/04/2018 - How important is weight loss as cancer indicator?
Unexplained weight loss is a hugely significant predictor of cancer risk, researchers say today. More

09/04/2018 - Call for improved prostate testing as cancer cases missed
Urgent action is needed to find an effective way of screening for prostate cancer, campaigners and specialists say today. More

04/04/2018 - Patient gets printed rib
For the first time in the UK, a “printed” prosthetic rib has been transplanted into a patient during surgery, it has been announced. More

26/03/2018 - Men should be involved in breast cancer trials
A leading oncologist has called for men to be included in breast cancer trials to help improve treatments for the disease. More

23/03/2018 - Targeted drugs beneficial to HER2 positive patients
Women with HER2 positive breast cancer could avoid having extensive surgery involving mastectomy and removal of several lymph nodes by receiving targeted drugs before surgery, leading oncologists have heard. More

22/03/2018 - Concern as breast tumour detection progress stalls
Progress in detecting breast tumours at an early stage may have stalled this century, a European conference will hear today. More

21/03/2018 - Improved breast cancer relapse test unveiled
Breast cancer patients with the BRCA mutation and an increased risk of relapse can be identified by testing for other genetic variants, a European conference will hear today. More

19/03/2018 - Colorectal cancer mortality rates falling – European analysis
Europe has achieved major progress in reducing mortality from colorectal cancer, experts say today. More

15/03/2018 - Cancer policies not delivering survival - analysis
National cancer policies in England have failed to lead to improved survival from the disease, according to an analysis published today. More

13/03/2018 - 110 genes linked to breast cancer
More than 100 genes have been linked to an increased risk of breast cancer in the most comprehensive study yet. More

09/03/2018 - How binge-watching puts men at risk
Men who binge-watch television face a significantly increased risk of developing colorectal cancer, according to the findings of a major UK analysis published today. More

28/02/2018 - Monitoring appropriate for some cervical lesions?
Most pre-invasive cervical cancer lesions regress spontaneously, particularly in women below the age of 30 years, researchers report today. More

26/02/2018 - Millennials 'most overweight generation'
Millennials are the most overweight generation since current records began, according to an analysis published today. More

23/02/2018 - Replica tumours successfully test cancer drug treatment
A new technique that would see cancer drugs tested on ‘mini tumours’ from biopsy samples could revolutionise personalised treatment, British researchers have reported. More

19/02/2018 - World leaders promise solutions to non-communicable disease growth
World leaders have promised “bold and innovative” solutions to tackle the growing rates of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer. More

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