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06/12/2016 - 20g nuts a day "reduces" risk of diseases
People who eat a handful of nuts a day have a lower risk of heart disease, cancer and other diseases, according to a new study led by European researchers. More

06/12/2016 - Hodgkin treatment poses fertility puzzle
A common treatment for Hodgkin's lymphoma may lead to new eggs appearing in women's ovaries, British scientists say today. More

25/11/2016 - Oral cancer rates soar
Figures reported today show how rates of oral cancer have soared this century, driven by changing lifestyles. More

18/11/2016 - UK faces rising toll of alcohol-linked cancer death
Continued heavy drinking in the UK will see thousands of people dying from cancer linked to alcohol over the next 20 years, a report warns today. More

14/11/2016 - Cambridge to trial personalised breast care
The latest programme aimed at using highly personalised treatment for cancer patients is launched today. More

10/11/2016 - Device will monitor cellular radiation dose
European scientists have developed a device that can monitor radiation levels delivered to individual cells during cancer treatment, it has been announced. More

10/11/2016 - How to improve symptom safety-netting
The practice of "safety netting" patients with non-specific symptoms is still the best way to ensure that latent cancer is detected - but it can be improved, researchers say today. More

09/11/2016 - Vitamin D-bladder cancer link
Low vitamin D levels may be linked to risk of developing bladder cancer, a conference has heard. More

08/11/2016 - Warning on rare breast symptoms
About 17% of women diagnosed with breast cancer present with symptoms other than lumps, a conference will hear today. More

07/11/2016 - How weight gain increases cancer risk
Men who put on significant weight as adults face an increased cancer risk compared with those who maintain their teenage weight, researchers report today. More

04/11/2016 - Smoking lung cell mutations measured
Smoking a packet of cigarettes a day for a year causes 150 mutations in lung cells, a report out last night revealed. More

03/11/2016 - Genes show blood clot risk in breast cancer
Gene testing could highlight breast cancer patients at increased risk of venous thromboembolism, new research suggests. More

02/11/2016 - Call for global women's cancer care improvements
The care of women's cancers in poor countries needs urgent attention, experts say today. More

20/10/2016 - Research focus boosts colorectal care
Colorectal cancer patients tend to fare better in hospitals that are actively involved in research, researchers in Leeds say today. More

12/10/2016 - Warning on rising cancer rates
The annual number of cancer diagnoses in the UK will pass half a million within 20 years, researchers say today. More

07/10/2016 - Night work breast cancer link rejected
The idea that women who work regular night shifts face increased risk of breast cancer is wrong, according to a major new British analysis. More

06/10/2016 - Warning on immunotherapy side-effects
Studies of new cancer treatments, such as immunotherapies, often fail to report adverse events adequately, a European conference was told yesterday. More

05/10/2016 - Delayed cervical screening backed by study
Some women may be safe waiting longer than the currently-recommended five years between cervical screening, researchers say today. More

04/10/2016 - Study rejects cancer bad luck theory
Researchers have challenged the idea that most cases of cancer are "bad luck." More

04/10/2016 - Cancer pill non-adherence studied
Cognitive disorders can affect adherence to oral cancer therapies, a European conference has heard. More

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