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09/10/2009 - Ten minutes to create breast cancer awareness
Just a short chat with a healthcare professional can dramatically improve the chances of a woman recognising the signs of early breast cancer, according to British research. More

07/10/2009 - Pain control, breast initiatives at cancer conference
Cancer patients can benefit significantly from extra information on coping with pain and managing their medicine, a UK cancer conference is to be told today. More

06/10/2009 - Hope for new cancer drugs
A scientific breakthrough may lead to the development of a new range of drugs against cancer, British researchers report today. More

05/10/2009 - Nutrition may boost stomach surgery
Patients who have had surgery for stomach cancer recover best if they are fed after surgery - using liquid food, researchers will tell a major UK cancer conference today. More

02/10/2009 - Bowel cancer gene risk confirmed
Researchers have found a new genetic marker for bowel cancer risk. More

29/09/2009 - Stem cells like "phlogiston"
The search for stem cells may prove as elusive as earlier scientific searches for substances such as phlogiston, an expert has claimed. More

28/09/2009 - Obesity blamed for cancers
Excess body weight may be the cause of a large number of cancer cases every year in Europe, new research suggests. More

25/09/2009 - New doubts on prostate screening
New research has come out against population-wide screening for prostate cancer using the prostate specific antigen test. More

23/09/2009 - Cancer obesity link examined
Childhood leukaemia has been linked to obesity in new research by doctors at the Children's Hospital Los Angeles, USA. More

22/09/2009 - UK elders cancer risk ignorance
Young Britons know more about the risks of cancer than older people, according to a survey published yesterday. More

21/09/2009 - HRT link to lung cancer
An expert yesterday questioned whether hormone replacement therapy has "any role" in medicine after new findings linked it to cancer. More

17/09/2009 - Gene finding could help kill cancer cells
British scientists have discovered a gene that triggers production of a blood cell that may help destroy cancer cells. More

27/08/2009 - World's poor targeted by tobacco
The world's poorest countries are being deliberately targeted by the tobacco industry, resulting in millions of preventable deaths, it was alleged yesterday. More

27/08/2009 - Teen cancer sufferers enjoy improved survival
Teenagers and young adults diagnosed with blood-related cancers today have better long-term survival rates than those who were diagnosed in the 1980s, US researchers have found. More

26/08/2009 - Tamoxifen linked to second breast cancer
New research suggests that the breast cancer drug tamoxifen may raise the risk of an aggressive, difficult-to-treat tumour in the other breast. More

21/08/2009 - Drive to wean women off tobacco falters
Experts defended Britain's "give up smoking" campaigns yesterday after their success seemed to falter. More

20/08/2009 - Modern lifestyles linked to liver cancer
Modern lifestyles - with too much alcohol and obesity - have contributed to a massive increase in the number of cases of liver cancer in Britain, it was reported today. More

19/08/2009 - Active chemicals in cannabis may halt prostate cancer
Cannabis may hold the key to a future treatment for prostate cancer, researchers believe. More

13/08/2009 - Stomach cancer treatment hope
Scientists opened up hope of new treatments for stomach cancer yesterday after discovering a chemical that plays a key role in its development. More

11/08/2009 - How breast can beat cancer
Breast-feeding may have a powerful protective effect for women at high risk of developing cancer, researchers reported last night. More

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