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01/12/2010 - Vegetables 'not' best cancer guard
Dealing with fat and alcohol are the keys to beating cancer - not fruit and vegetables, according to a controversial analysis published today. More

26/11/2010 - Passive smoking blamed for one in 100 deaths
More than 600,000 deaths a year are caused by passive smoking, 165,000 of which are among children, researchers said today. More

25/11/2010 - Lung cancer symptoms may be mistaken for a cold
There is a worrying lack of awareness of the key symptoms of lung cancer, campaigners warned today. More

23/11/2010 - Vitamin clue to vegetable health
A little known vitamin found in many vegetables may play a key part in preventing illness, researchers reported last night. More

18/11/2010 - High risk women need 'annual' breast screening
Having a mammogram every year may benefit women at raised risk of breast cancer, new findings suggest today. More

17/11/2010 - How fitness boosts health
Dozens of physical and mental problems can be prevented by regular exercise, according to a major study of the benefits of fitness published yesterday. More

17/11/2010 - Hope for beating deadly breast cancer
Researchers may have founded a targeted treatment for one of the deadliest forms of breast cancer, a conference was due to be told today. More

12/11/2010 - Surge in children surviving cancer
The number of children dying from cancer has fallen by almost 60 per cent in the last 40 years, according to a new analysis published today. More

09/11/2010 - Recession deters quitters
Economic recession and depression is deterring people from giving up smoking, researchers warn today. More

05/11/2010 - Monthly link to cancer probed
A woman's monthly cycle may contribute to cancer risk, according to a new theory. More

28/10/2010 - Green tea fails Tokyo test
Green tea is often touted as a miracle beverage, able to bestow great health - but a new study says it cannot protect against breast cancer. More

27/10/2010 - Lifestyle plea to cut bowel cancer
Bowel cancer rates could be cut by a quarter by improving lifestyles, according to a major new analysis published today. More

27/10/2010 - Breast cancer treatment test hope
A new technique may enable doctors to establish whether breast cancer treatment is working in its early stages, British researchers reveal today. More

26/10/2010 - Hope for bladder cancer patients
British cancer researchers hailed the findings of a major trial which has shown how to boost radiotherapy treatment for bladder cancer. More

18/10/2010 - Urine test hope to detect prostate cancer
A new urine test could be used to identify men who are at risk of prostate cancer, researchers say. More

12/10/2010 - Vitamin fails to save life
People who take folic acid supplements will not protect themselves against dying from heart disease or cancer, researchers reported last night. More

12/10/2010 - Healthy living helps prevent breast cancer
Women with a family history of breast cancer may benefit from adopting a healthy lifestyle to stave off the disease, researchers say today. More

04/10/2010 - Hi-tech cancer screening plan
People over 55 are to be offered thorough screening for bowel cancer in a bid to cut the death toll from the disease, the British government announced yesterday. More

30/09/2010 - Breast screening for 40s "saves lives"
British experts reacted cautiously today to the findings of a major study which shows screening women in their 40s can slash breast cancer death rates. More

29/09/2010 - Cancer risk lowered if women exercise
Women who exercise and keep active are less likely to develop womb cancer than couch potatoes, researchers said today. More

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