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04/02/2019 - Skin cancer hijacks the immune system
Invasive skin cancer releases molecules that reprogramme healthy immune cells, enabling the disease to spread, British researchers have reported. More

30/01/2019 - Breast cancer atrial fibrillation risk studied
A woman’s risk of atrial fibrillation increases significantly after a diagnosis of breast cancer, Danish researchers have reported. More

24/01/2019 - Is a low risk cancer a cancer?
Some low risk cancers might be better described as benign tumours, experts say today. More

16/01/2019 - Breast cancer risk calculator unveiled
A new method of calculating breast cancer risk is to be available for wide use by primary care practitioners and genetic counsellors, it has been announced. More

15/01/2019 - New method to detect breast cancer risk unveiled
A “game-changing” method of calculating a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer is announced today by Cancer Research UK. More

15/01/2019 - Combination therapy converts cancer cells into fat cells
Scientists have found a drug combination that can turn breast cancer cells into fat cells, it has been announced. More

14/01/2019 - AI tool developed to identify aggressive ovarian cancer
A new artificial intelligence tool has been devised to scan the shapes of tumour cells and improve diagnosis of aggressive ovarian cancer, it has been announced. More

11/01/2019 - High fibre diet linked to reduced NCD risk - official
People who eat high levels of dietary fibre and whole grains reduce their risk of developing non-communicable diseases compared with those who consume less, according to a global analysis of studies over 40 years published today. More

03/01/2019 - Cancer breath test project launched
Ambitious plans to develop a single breath test for multiple cancers were announced today. More

02/01/2019 - Neoadjuvant treatment complication studied
A recent study has identified a new link between chemotherapy for breast cancer and the spread of the disease. More

27/12/2018 - Hope for new lung cancer therapy
UK researchers are investigating the use of drugs commonly used for breast cancer to treat drug-resistant lung cancer. More

21/12/2018 - Obesity increases X-ray risks
Extremely obese patients face a significantly increased risk of developing cancer from undergoing X-rays, researchers warn today. More

11/12/2018 - Cervical cancer risk increase discovered
Women who test positive for certain high-risk human papillomavirus types but do not show any signs of cellular abnormality have an increased risk of developing cervical cancer, according to a new European study. More

06/12/2018 - Genome project moves to 5m target
A major UK genetics project has reached its main objective – sequencing 100,000 genomes of NHS patients, it has been announced. More

05/12/2018 - Conception factors linked to asthma
Problems with conception may be linked to a child’s later risk of asthma, researchers report today. More

03/12/2018 - Women resist breast cancer prevention drug
Women identified as being at high risk of breast cancer are strongly resistant to taking preventative treatments, according to an analysis published today. More

28/11/2018 - Colorectal cancer treatment delayed for up to a year
Some patients with colorectal cancer do not begin treatment until a year after they first notice symptoms, researchers warn today. More

22/11/2018 - Sugar substitute may aid cancer treatment
A sugar extracted from trees – mannose – may prove helpful in treating cancer, British researchers reported last night. More

20/11/2018 - Common substances may reduce bowel polyp risk
Both aspirin and fish oil can improve the prospects for people at high risk of developing bowel cancer, according to the findings of a major UK study published today. More

20/11/2018 - Bingeing down in Europe - but alcohol consumption unchanged
Binge-drinking rates in Europe have decreased, reducing mortality from alcohol, according to a new analysis. More

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