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25/01/2013 - Pregnancy vitamin cleared of cancer link
Adding the vitamin folic acid to flour to protect pregnant women does not make any difference to cancer risk, British researchers said today. More

23/01/2013 - Testing boosts boys' prostate risk
Boys born in this decade will face a significant risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime, experts warned today. More

21/01/2013 - Quadruple helix clue to cancer
Human genes contain DNA arranged in quadruple helixes - and it is sometimes linked to cancer, British researchers revealed last night. More

17/01/2013 - Sunbeds deadlier than mid-day sun - study
Sunbeds carry a skin cancer risk twice that of the mid-day Mediterranean sun, researchers warn today. More

14/01/2013 - Pill-sized throat scanner revealed
Scientists have developed a pill-sized device that can be used to study diseases of the gullet, it has been announced. More

10/01/2013 - Smear test may detected more
The smear test for cancer undertaken by young women could be used to test for a range of diseases using DNA technology, researchers reported last night. More

09/01/2013 - Are antioxidants dangerous for late-stage cancer patients?
High levels of anti-oxidants, such as many vitamins, may aggravate late-stage cancer, a genetics pioneer says today. More

21/12/2012 - Elderly may flag up family cancer warning
Most cancer runs in families - even when it takes a lifetime to emerge, according to a major European study published today. More

19/12/2012 - Men facing cancer likelihood
Most men are set to face a 50% chance of having a diagnosis of cancer in their lifetimes, according to an analysis reported today. More

11/12/2012 - How coffee guards mouth
Coffee addicts may be enjoying protection from cancers of the mouth, researchers reported yesterday. More

11/12/2012 - Patient gene drive to fine-tune medicine
Cancer patients in the UK are set to have their genes systematically mapped as part of the drive to fine-tune treatments, it was announced yesterday. More

10/12/2012 - Blow as annual checks fail to save high-risk women
Conducting annual checks on women facing a high risk of cancer of the ovaries is inadequate, according to the findings of a major UK study reported today. More

07/12/2012 - Breast radiotherapy technique success
A new intense approach to radiotherapy for breast cancer in the UK has proved effective, according to an analysis published yesterday. More

06/12/2012 - Breast drug's long term benefits reported
Women with the most common form of breast cancer enjoy massive long-term benefits from taking the powerful drug, Tamoxifen, for an extended period, British researchers revealed last night. More

05/12/2012 - Grape's chemical tonic under microscope
A university today celebrates advances in the study of red wine - as a medicine. More

27/11/2012 - The nudge that makes patients seek help
Almost half the population needs a "nudge" from a friend or relative to visit a doctor about a worrying and persistent symptom, according to a survey published today. More

20/11/2012 - Pill link to female cancer fall
Dramatic reductions in death rates of women from ovarian cancer still leave a lot to be done, experts warned today. More

19/11/2012 - Tibetan fungus may hold asthma key
A semi-legendary fungus found in Tibet is set to provide a novel medicine for asthma and possibly a range of other conditions, British researchers have found. More

13/11/2012 - Gene fusion linked to child cancer
A genetic mistake lies behind many cases of a rare childhood leukaemia, researchers have revealed. More

08/11/2012 - Hope for prostate cancer treatment
A new monoclonal antibody drug is showing promise in the treatment of advanced prostate cancer, a European conference will hear today. More

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