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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

07/11/2012 - Lung cancer costs revealed
The devastating toll of lung cancer on families and patients puts a 2 billion cost on the UK each year, according to an analysis published today. More

07/11/2012 - Hope for new cancer drug combos
A massive analysis of cancer drugs has thrown up several new combinations that might improve treatments, a European conference heard today. More

05/11/2012 - Women's cancer surgery complications revealed
About 20% of women who have surgery for gynaecological cancers suffer from complications, according to figures published today. More

05/11/2012 - New hope for male cancer screening
Thousands of men could be spared unnecessary treatment for prostate cancer by screening according to age and genes, researchers said today. More

01/11/2012 - Scan hope to boost cancer treatment
Some patients with bowel cancer should be given six weeks of chemotherapy before having surgery, according to the findings of a major UK study. More

30/10/2012 - Breast screening saves lives - report
Thousands of women every year have treatment they do not need for breast cancer because of screening - but hundreds of others have their lives saved, according to a major analysis published today. More

25/10/2012 - Alcohol drug hope for brain cancer
A drug for alcoholism may be able to help patients with brain cancer, British researchers revealed yesterday. More

24/10/2012 - Hope for breast screening revolution as 3D system unveiled
Breast screening may soon be possible using 3D x-rays that deliver just 4% of the radiation of current mammography, scientists reported last night. More

23/10/2012 - Breast cancer's deadly WASP sting
Startling new findings about the way breast cancer spreads around the body were unveiled last night. More

19/10/2012 - Cervical screening progress falters - figures
The proportion of women taking part in cervical cancer screening has failed to increase despite recent high profile cases, according to figures reported yesterday. More

19/10/2012 - Radiotherapy benefits for male cancer
A study of prostate cancer treatment has found significant benefits from the use of routine radiotherapy after surgery, researchers reported today. More

18/10/2012 - Cut smoking more - pioneer
Anti-smoking pioneer Sir Richard Peto today calls for Britain to step up efforts to cut smoking rates. More

16/10/2012 - Asthma molecule fights skin cancer
High levels of a molecule that is involved in asthma and allergies may help to combat skin cancer, researchers have reported. More

16/10/2012 - 170 million years lost to cancer - each year
Almost 170 million years of healthy life are lost to cancer across the globe each year, according to a new analysis published today. More

15/10/2012 - How aspirin may protect women
Women who take regular doses of aspirin may be enjoying protection against cancer of the ovaries, according to new findings from Denmark. More

08/10/2012 - Children's cancer treatment drive call
Experts have called for a new drive to improve care of children with cancer with the aim of boosting research into the rarest diseases. More

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