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24/07/2020 - Alarm over low surgery rates for elderly breast patients
Women over 70 undergoing breast cancer treatment should be formally assessed for frailty to ensure treatment decisions are justified, experts say. More

23/07/2020 - Plant protein diet can reduce mortality risk
People should consume more protein – particularly plant protein – to help reduce mortality risk for a number of diseases, says a new study published today. More

21/07/2020 - Gum disease 'increases gastric and oesophageal cancer' risk
People with periodontal disease may be at increased risk of developing oesophageal and gastric cancer, researchers say today. More

17/07/2020 - Widened cancer gene testing could save millions of lives
Broadening cancer gene testing for breast and ovarian cancer gene mutations is cost effective and could prevent millions of cases, new research published today claims. More

15/07/2020 - Fewer radiotherapy doses safe in long term
Radiotherapy for breast cancer can sometimes be just as effective when given in fewer but larger doses, according to a new UK study. More

14/07/2020 - Gene hope for children's bone cancer treatment
New genetic discoveries could lead to improved treatments for children with bone cancer – and save more lives. More

10/07/2020 - Different treatment needed for non-smoking lung cancer patients
Lung cancer in non-smokers is a different disease from that found in smokers and is likely to require different treatment, a new study published last night has found. More

07/07/2020 - Fertility success for young female cancer patients
Young women who have to undergo cancer treatment can successfully give birth if they store their eggs and embryos, fertility experts heard yesterday. More

06/07/2020 - New warnings on pandemic cancer care delays
As many as 18,000 people may lose their lives to cancer because of treatment delays during the pandemic lockdown, according to the latest research, revealed today. More

26/06/2020 - Vaping increases health risks, especially from Covid-19 - new analysis
Smoking and vaping may increase the risk of people being infected by Covid-19, suffering worse symptoms and dying from it, according to research published today. More

23/06/2020 - New medicine prevents cancer repairing its DNA
The first clinical trial of a new precision medicine that stops cancer from repairing its DNA has shown promising results, it was revealed last night. More

19/06/2020 - Hope for new 'drugs and diet' cancer treatment
Combining new drugs with dietary changes could help to break down cancer’s reliance on fat for growth, according to UK research published last night. More

18/06/2020 - New cancer liquid biopsy ten times more sensitive
A new liquid biopsy for cancer could be as much as ten times more sensitive than current methods, according to new research. More

10/06/2020 - Silenced gene affects ovarian cancer outcome
New research has identified which groups of women with ovarian cancer have better outcomes on platinum chemotherapy treatment. More

01/06/2020 - New hope for prostate cancer screening and testing
Scientists have developed a non-invasive blood test to identify how men with advanced prostate cancer will respond to treatment, British researchers have told a conference. More

29/05/2020 - Immunotherapy hope for advanced bladder cancer patients
An immunotherapy drug significantly improves survival in some bladder cancer patients, according to results of a global phase III clinical trial. More

28/05/2020 - DCIS doubles future breast cancer risk
Women diagnosed with ductal carcinoma in situ during breast screening face an increased risk of developing breast cancer later in life, a study published today says. More

22/05/2020 - Study to look at Covid-19 impact on blood cancer patients
A new UK study is to be launched that will examine how patients who receive stem cell transplants for blood cancers and blood disorders react to severe Covid-19 infection. More

22/05/2020 - Immunotherapy hope for elimination of leukaemia stem cells
Hematopoietic stem cells can be selectively eliminated using immunotherapy instead of chemotherapy, a new Swiss study has revealed. More

07/05/2020 - Lowering androgen may protect against Covid-19
Androgen-deprivation therapy given for prostate cancer may be protective against Covid-19 for these patients, researchers say today. More

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