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30/04/2012 - Persistent cough not seen as a lung cancer sign
A new survey shows a worrying lack of awareness of one of the major signs of lung cancer, campaigners warned today. More

27/04/2012 - Programme to improve breast cancer treatment for older women
A ground-breaking £2 million programme has been launched to ensure elderly women with breast cancer are treated as effectively as younger women. More

25/04/2012 - Aspirin may combat bowel cancer
New findings, published today, reinforce the potential benefits of aspirin for patients with bowel cancer. More

20/04/2012 - Aspirin chemical key to anti-cancer medicine?
Breakthrough research into one of the world’s oldest medicines could lead to new anti-cancer medicines. More

19/04/2012 - Ten breast cancer diseases revealed
Breast cancer can now be considered as ten different diseases, British researchers reported last night. More

11/04/2012 - Dental x-ray link to brain tumours
Frequent dental x-rays may slightly raise the risk of a brain tumour, according to new research. More

06/04/2012 - Breast cancer link warning to injectable contraceptive
Researchers have found a slight breast cancer risk linked to the use of injectable contraceptives, it has been revealed. More

06/04/2012 - Womb cancer surge warning
Growing rates of obesity may have triggered in increase in cases of a women's cancer, researchers warned yesterday. More

04/04/2012 - Rare breast cancer risk gene located
A newly-identified breast cancer gene could open the door to further genetic discoveries, researchers reported yesterday. More

30/03/2012 - Scientists seek ‘feel full’ foods
A major European project will develop and test new food products that can control the appetite in a bid to find new ways of tackling the epidemic of obesity, it has been announced. More

29/03/2012 - Extend HPV vaccination - researchers
Thousands more women - and even men - should be offered the new cervical cancer vaccine because of its extra benefits, researchers said yesterday. More

22/03/2012 - Breast screening success - Dutch
Experts yesterday defended breast screening programmes - and suggested improvements - at a major European conference. More

21/03/2012 - Promising results for aspirin in fight against cancer
Three new studies published today (March 21) support a role for aspirin in the prevention of cancer. More

16/03/2012 - Food pollution risk to women
Women may be placed at risk of breast cancer because of growing levels of the chemical cadmium in some "healthy" foods, researchers warned yesterday. More

16/03/2012 - Mouth disease blamed on virus
A common virus is stoking a big increase in cases of mouth cancer, researchers warned today. More

14/03/2012 - Shisha smoking warning
Campaigners today warned of the rise of water-pipe smoking as new figures show the number of "shisha" bars in the UK soaring. More

13/03/2012 - How fizz and burgers damage heart
New findings, reported last night, show how too much red meat and too many sugary drinks can damage health. More

07/03/2012 - HRT linked to breast cancer protection
One kind of hormone replacement therapy may help reduce the risk of breast cancer several years after women stop treatment, researchers reported today. More

06/03/2012 - 50 years on smoking toll continues
More than six million people in the UK have died from smoking in the 50 years since physicians first called for government action against it, a conference heard today. More

06/03/2012 - Public scared of unknown cancer risk
The public is terrified of cancer - but has little idea of many of its common symptoms, according to a major report published today. More

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