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21/09/2017 - Doubts over cancer AMI care
Cancer patients who suffer acute myocardial infarction get inferior treatment to other patients, according to a European study. More

20/09/2017 - Call for cancer prevention drugs
A leading cancer researcher says it should become common practice to give people drugs to prevent the disease. More

14/09/2017 - Immunotherapy option for breast cancer care
Hundreds of breast cancer patients could benefit from immunotherapy targeted at unusual genetic changes, British researchers have reported. More

14/09/2017 - Chemo ear protection plan
A new research project is underway to help avoid hearing loss caused by the chemotherapeutic drug cisplatin, often used to treat childhood cancers. More

06/09/2017 - Zika could be harnessed to treat brain cancer
The Zika virus - suspected of causing foetal brain defects - could be of use in the treatment of glioblastoma, according to a new study. More

05/09/2017 - PARP inhibitors show prostate care promise
PARP inhibitors may be the key to improving the effectiveness of prostate cancer treatment, researchers at Surrey University, UK, report today. More

29/08/2017 - Hyperlipidaemia linked to low breast cancer rates
Women with high cholesterol levels enjoy a high level of protection against breast cancer - possibly because of the treatments they take, a European conference has heard. More

25/08/2017 - Artwork technique applied to prostate cancer
An imaging technique developed to research old artworks can be used to monitor the treatment of prostate cancer, British researchers have revealed. More

22/08/2017 - Stem cell changes that precede lymphoma
Loss of a gene in stem cells may be a key precursor to lymphoma, British researchers reported last night. More

17/08/2017 - Prostate biopsy device close to trial
A Cambridge doctor is close to beginning clinical trials for a "ground-breaking" device he has invented to improve the safety of prostate biopsies. More

15/08/2017 - Breast metastasis driven by genetic change
Metastatic breast cancer cells break away from the primary tumour at a late stage, according to a genetic study unveiled last night. More

15/08/2017 - Colorectal cancer survival improving
Improved treatment and diagnosis has achieved a dramatic drop in mortality rates from colorectal cancer in the last two decades, according to an analysis published today. More

08/08/2017 - Gold improves cancer treatments, says study
Gold improves the effectiveness of drugs targeting lung cancer cells, a joint Scottish/Spanish study has revealed for the first time. More

04/08/2017 - Immune hotspot clue to cancer relapse
Immune cell "hotspots" can indicate women facing a high risk of breast cancer relapse after successful treatment, British researchers report today. More

07/07/2017 - Urine test hope for bladder cancer care
A urine test can identify when patients treated for bladder cancer have a return of the disease, it is announced today. More

04/07/2017 - Cancer's fertility impact measured
Young women who have survived cancer face 40% reduced chance of achieving pregnancy, according to a major Scottish study. More

04/07/2017 - DNA testing key to future health care - CMO
The NHS needs to undertake more DNA testing to speed up diagnosis of rare diseases and improve cancer treatment, the Chief Medical Officer says today. More

03/07/2017 - Liquid biopsies improve GI cancer care
So-called liquid biopsies are feasible as a way of monitoring treatment for gastro-intestinal cancer, a European conference has heard. More

30/06/2017 - Smear test ignorance hampering uptake - study
There is a large amount of ignorance among young women about the smear test, researchers warned today. More

27/06/2017 - Magnets used to treat nystagmus
Magnets have been used for the first time to treat a condition nystagmus. More

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