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08/01/2009 - Radiation workers' cancer risk assessed
People who work with radiation tend to be healthier than other people, according to a major study of British workers. More

07/01/2009 - Tighten radon laws - experts
Hundreds of deaths could be prevented each year by bringing in tighter laws on household radon levels, researchers claimed today. More

05/01/2009 - Weight link to women's cancer
Women who are obese face a nearly doubled risk of developing cancer of the ovaries, reseachers warned today. More

02/01/2009 - Grape-seed extract may attack leukaemia cells
Scientists have discovered that an extract from grape seeds may help destroy leukaemia cells. More

31/12/2008 - Vitamin supplements fail new cancer test
Vitamin supplements may not offer any protection against cancer, according to a large study. More

29/12/2008 - Home testing kits could cut bowel cancer deaths
Cancer experts say that deaths from bowel cancer could be dramatically reduced with wider use of home screening kits. More

08/12/2008 - Rugby plea to male patients
British GPs are being asked to display pictures of a rugby star to encourage men to make appointments. More

03/12/2008 - Cervical cancer vaccine deemed safe
Serious reactions to the new human papillomavirus vaccine are rare, experts have found. More

24/11/2008 - Transfusion clue to cancer recurrence
Cancer patients who need transfusions may need to be given blood fresh from a donor, according to new findings reported today. More

21/11/2008 - Renewed effort to improve cancer survival
Britain's survival rate from cancer is still lagging behind the European average, warn experts today. More

18/11/2008 - New horizons for cancer therapies
A new era of 'intelligent' cancer drug development has led to more drugs reaching patients, says a study published in Nature Reviews Drug Discovery. More

13/11/2008 - Tamoxifen resistance puzzle solved
British scientists have discovered the mechanism that causes women to develop resistance to the breast cancer drug Tamoxifen. More

07/11/2008 - Vitamins may not prevent cancer
New findings cast fresh doubt on claims that folic acid, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12 may play a role in cancer prevention. More

05/11/2008 - Patients miss breast cancer treatment
As many as half of the women who take a life-saving breast cancer drug never finish their treatment, researchers warned today. More

05/11/2008 - NHS patients allowed to 'top-up' care
An NHS ban on patients paying for "top-up" drugs was lifted yesterday, allowing patients to combine NHS treatment with private health care. More

31/10/2008 - Could allergies protect against cancer?
People who suffer from allergies may enjoy some protection against developing cancer, according to a new analysis. More

31/10/2008 - Vigorous exercise may cut breast cancer risk
New findings add to the evidence that exercise may help prevent cancer. More

30/10/2008 - Side-effects cheer cancer patients
Women taking breast cancer treatment should gain cheer from side-effects, researchers revealed today. More

29/10/2008 - Plans to improve Scotland's cancer care
Scotland's cancer patients are being promised more support under a new government action plan revealed this week. More

27/10/2008 - Volunteers will test purple tomatoes
British researchers promoting the benefits of a new "purple tomato" have promised to conduct proper medical trials involving volunteers. More

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