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27/03/2009 - Very hot tea may bring throat cancer risk
There may be a health risk from drinking extremely hot tea, researchers report today. More

24/03/2009 - Red meat may be unhealthy
People who eat large amounts of red meat face an increased risk of dying, according to the latest research on the topic. More

24/03/2009 - Thousands cured of cancer
Growing numbers of patients are genuinely "cured" of cancer by modern treatments, a major European study reported today. More

20/03/2009 - False claims sneak through search filters - doctors
Major web search engines may be aiding the promotion of false medical claims, doctors claimed today. More

19/03/2009 - Prostate screening doubts unresolved
Screening men for cancer may save lives - but programmes may not be beneficial experts warned last night. More

18/03/2009 - Breast cancer relapse best caught early
Early detection of second breast tumours in women can dramatically cut death rates, researchers reported today. More

16/03/2009 - Cervical screening age may drop
The British government is considering lowering the age at which women begin to undergo screening for cervical cancer, it has been announced. More

12/03/2009 - Hope for ovarian screening
Ultra-sound based methods of screening for ovarian cancer show promise, according to the results of a major British trial. More

12/03/2009 - Nanotechnology singles out cancer cells
British scientists have developed a new treatment that transports 'tumour busting' genes selectively to cancer cells, it was announced today. More

11/03/2009 - Debate over cancer screening of breast tissue
Breast tissue removed during cosmetic surgery could be screened for cancer, surgeons proposed today. More

05/03/2009 - Ex-carpenters have highest risk of asbestos-linked cancer
Baby-boomers who became carpenters are facing an epidemic of cancer caused by asbestos, researchers have warned. More

27/02/2009 - Diet and exercise can prevent cancer - international report
Thousands of cases of cancer in Britain could be prevented through healthy diet and exercise, experts said yesterday. More

25/02/2009 - Just one alcoholic drink may raise cancer risk
Even small amounts of alcohol can raise a woman's risk of developing several kinds of cancer, researchers warned last night. More

23/02/2009 - Warning over minimal breast surgery
A cancer expert has warned that minimally-invasive surgery for breast cancer may be less effective at curing patients than traditional surgery. More

20/02/2009 - Cervical cancer-deprivation link found
Cervical cancer rates vary between different areas of Southeast England, and are often higher in deprived areas, research shows. More

13/02/2009 - HRT decline linked to breast cancer reduction
Growing numbers of women are being spared the misery of breast cancer following a decline in the use of hormone replacement therapy, according to new figures published today. More

12/02/2009 - Physical activity helps prevent cancer
People who are physically active enjoy a substantially reduced risk of developing an unpleasant form of cancer, researchers reported today. More

11/02/2009 - Study finds no benefit from multivitamins
Multivitamins do not seem to reduce the risk of cancer for postmenopausal women, new results indicate. More

09/02/2009 - Study reassures over fertility drug cancer risk
Women's risk of ovarian cancer does not appear to be raised by the use of fertility drugs, new research has found. More

06/02/2009 - Aspirin may protect against stomach cancer
People who regularly take aspirin may be protecting themselves against one form of stomach cancer, researchers reported today. More

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