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09/08/2011 - Plea for cancer patient fitness
Tens of thousands of people who have undergone successful treatment for cancer need encouragement to undertake regular exercise, campaigners warned yesterday. More

08/08/2011 - New female cancer gene found
British researchers have found a gene responsible for about one in a hundred cases of ovarian cancer, it was announced yesterday. More

01/08/2011 - Brain cancer gene findings
British researchers have found a genetic cause of a common brain cancer, it was announced last night. More

29/07/2011 - Breast drugs key to cancer success - researchers
Two major studies today suggest that breast cancer drugs are proving more effective than had been hoped in saving the lives of thousands of women. More

28/07/2011 - Farming link to future blood cancer
Living on a farm could raise a child's risk of blood cancer, new research suggests. More

28/07/2011 - Hepatitis Day warning
Thousands of Britons may find themselves on the liver transplant list because they are unaware they are carrying the hepatitis C virus, according to figures published today. More

27/07/2011 - Men face bowel cancer risk
British men now face a significant risk of developing bowel cancer during their lifetimes, according to stark new figures published today. More

21/07/2011 - Tall people face cancer risk
Tall people face an increased risk of developing cancer in almost all cultures, researchers said today. More

20/07/2011 - How unhealthy lifestyle triggers middle-aged risk
Being obese may be a key trigger of breast cancer in older women - because it increases levels of female sex hormones, researchers revealed today. More

18/07/2011 - Middle-aged face cancer risk
The current generation of middle-aged "baby boomers" may have an increased life expectancy - but it is also facing rising cancer rates, according to shock new figures published today. More

12/07/2011 - Do allergies protect against cancer?
People with contact allergies may enjoy some protection against common cancers, researchers said today. More

07/07/2011 - Vaccine may cut screening attendance - warning
Families are confused about Britain's new cervical cancer vaccine - and this may cause problems for future screening programmes, a conference heard yesterday. More

20/06/2011 - Lifestyle call to cancer women
Older women who contract breast cancer remain at risk from other diseases, researchers warn today. More

17/06/2011 - Cancer vaccine shows early success
A programme that vaccinates women against cervical cancer is showing some early success, researchers reported today. More

14/06/2011 - Mobile brain cancer link raises questions
Some mobile phone addicts may face an increased risk of developing brain cancer, according to the findings of a major international studies published today. More

10/06/2011 - The first Spanish ‘Cancer Worry Scale’ is unveiled
Scientists have drawn up the Spanish equivalent of the Cancer Worry Scale measurement for the first time. More

07/06/2011 - Frog yields new drug hopes
A South American tree frog has offered a range of proteins which British researchers believe could become drugs for a range of common conditions. More

06/06/2011 - Yew tree drug gene found
British scientists have found a gene which decides which women with ovarian cancer benefit from treatment with the yew tree drug paclitaxel. More

01/06/2011 - UK sunscreen advice "blunder"
The official advice that Britons are getting on sunscreen does not go far enough, experts alleged today. More

26/05/2011 - Pain-killer cancer prevention clues
British researchers today report a crucial discovery in the search to find out how common pain-killers prevent cancer. More

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