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15/06/2012 - Screening helps early diagnosis
People who take part in screening for bowel cancer can benefit massively from early diagnosis, researchers report today. More

13/06/2012 - Diesel fume cancer warning
Regular exposure to diesel engine exhaust can increase the risk of lung cancer, international experts ruled last night. More

12/06/2012 - Dental health link to cancer
Poor mouth hygiene may increase the risk of dying early from cancer, it has been claimed. 1 comments More

12/06/2012 - Cervical cancer campaign launched
Uptake of cervical cancer screening is at a ten-year low, campaigners revealed as they launched an awareness week. More

07/06/2012 - CT cancer link warning
Doctors should seek to reduce the use of CT brain scanning on children because of increased cancer risks later in life, according to the findings of a major study published yesterday. More

01/06/2012 - Global cancer cases set to soar by 2030, claims study
The number of people with cancer is set to soar by more than 90 per cent in some of the poorest countries in the world within two decades, it is claimed today. More

01/06/2012 - Jade Goody effect results in increase in cervical cancer diagnoses
The “Jade Goody” effect resulted in a 15 per cent increase in the number of new cervical cancer diagnoses in the UK in 2009, it is revealed today (Friday). More

31/05/2012 - Cancer monitoring test unveiled
A new kind of blood test could monitor the progress of cancer treatment - helping doctors identify genetic mutations, it was announced last night. More

30/05/2012 - Fertility rarely discussed with female cancer patients
Women are being denied information on the risk of impaired fertility after cancer treatment, researchers say today. More

29/05/2012 - Aspirin may protect skin
Taking aspirin and ibuprofen may help to protect against skin cancer, it was claimed today. More

29/05/2012 - New shift link to cancer
Women who work regularly at night face an increased risk of developing breast cancer, according to a new analysis published today. More

21/05/2012 - Sleep disease link to cancer
There may be a link between sleep disorder and cancer, researchers have reported. More

21/05/2012 - Glow hope for medicine
Scientists have taken a further step towards bringing tiny glowing crystals, known as quantum dots, into medicine, it has been revealed. More

21/05/2012 - Heart drugs may prevent cancer
Statins were developed to reduce cholesterol and found to have a range of other benefits for heart patients - and new findings suggest this may include preventing cancer. 1 comments More

17/05/2012 - Nine new breast cancer genes
Nine new genes have been found linked to breast cancer, British scientists revealed last night. More

16/05/2012 - Extra time drug u-turn
British regulators today performed a u-turn over a controversial drug - which campaigners say can give men with prostate cancer quality "extra time". More

15/05/2012 - Brits struggle with five-a-day
Fewer than a quarter of Britons are complying with government advice to eat five fruit and vegetable portions daily, according to a new survey. More

15/05/2012 - Middle-aged cancer deaths fall
The number of middle-aged people dying from cancer has fallen in the UK to its lowest level since the early 1970s, it was revealed today. More

09/05/2012 - Exercise may improve survival after breast and colon cancer
Cancer patients who keep fit may enjoy signficantly improved survival chances, researchers said yesterday. More

09/05/2012 - Infection prevention could avoid two million cancers every year
About two million cases of cancer each year are caused by infections which may be preventable or treatable, experts say today. More

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