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27/04/2017 - DNA test to warn of lung cancer recurrence
Oncologists may soon be able to test for unstable chromosomes to identify lung cancer patients with high risk of disease recurrence, British researchers reported last night. More

26/04/2017 - Flu jab risk for cancer patients
The annual flu jab may pose a specific risk to lung cancer patients who are being treated with drugs known as PD-1/PD-L1 checkpoint inhibitors, a European conference has heard. More

24/04/2017 - Obesity blamed for kidney cancer increase
Rising rates of obesity have contributed to at least 2,000 cases of kidney cancer a year, according to an analysis published today. More

12/04/2017 - Global childhood leukaemia survival varies
Global inequalities in survival from childhood leukaemia have narrowed with time - but remain very wide, according to a major global analysis published today. More

05/04/2017 - Extended antibiotic use linked to bowel cancer
Taking antibiotics for a long period in early to middle life could increase the risk of developing bowel cancer, researchers say today. More

03/04/2017 - Cancer patient carer commitment revealed
Relatives who care for people with terminal cancer are putting in nearly 70 hours of care a week on average, according to a "landmark" study published today. More

28/03/2017 - New cancer genes unveiled
A British-led research project has found 13 new genetic variants linked with risk of developing glioma, it was announced last night. More

27/03/2017 - How prostate gene findings could lead to new testing
At least 6% of men are genetically at risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer, a conference in London, UK, heard yesterday. More

24/03/2017 - Personalised trial for pancreatic cancer
More than 600 patients are to take part in a network of clinical trials aimed at developing personalised treatment for pancreatic cancer, it was announced today. More

15/03/2017 - Space radiation gives leukaemia clue
Radiation exposure at levels encountered in deep space may increase the risk of leukaemia, scientists have warned. More

14/03/2017 - Hope to increase breast drug range
PARP inhibitors could be used to treat many more women with breast cancer than at present, according to British experts. More

02/03/2017 - New prostate cancer class reported
Scientists have used a novel mathematical approach to overcome previous issues with classifying prostate cancer into categories for prognosis. More

27/02/2017 - How middle-aged cope with cancer costs
Middle-aged patients with cancer are reverting to the "Bank of Mum and Dad" because of the financial costs of the disease, a charity says today. More

22/02/2017 - Flexible sigmoidoscopy achieves long-term prevention - study
Flexible sigmoidoscopy is successful in long-term prevention of the development of colorectal cancer, according to a major UK study published today. More

10/02/2017 - VR challenge for cancer researchers
Virtual reality tumour maps and other virtual realisations are the aims of researchers awarded major "cancer challenge" awards. More

07/02/2017 - E-cigarettes ‘safer than smoking’
E-cigarettes are less toxic and safer to use than cigarettes, according to a new scientific study. More

03/02/2017 - Cancer day focus on women
Campaigners are seeking to highlight the growing threat to women as the world marks World Cancer Day tomorrow. More

02/02/2017 - Body clock link to breast cancer risk
Circadian clocks in breast tissue may point to the links between cancer and ageing, researchers say. More

01/02/2017 - Cell shape clue to breast genetics
The shape of breast cancer cells may provide important clues to genetic changes in the disease, researchers report today. More

30/01/2017 - High melanoma deaths ‘due to ageing population’
Melanoma death rates will reduce from their current rates by 2050 – but an ageing population will mean that the number of people dying from the disease will continue to be high, a conference has heard. More

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