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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

30/09/2016 - Lifestyle key to be beating cancer gene risk
People at genetic risk of developing colorectal cancer can protect themselves by adopting a healthy lifestyle, according to a new analysis. More

28/09/2016 - Chance for earlier cancer diagnosis
Many cases of bowel cancer that present as an emergency could have been identified earlier, researchers warn today. More

28/09/2016 - Cancer carers under growing pressure
Relatives and other volunteers who care for patients with cancer are under growing pressure, according to a survey published today. More

26/09/2016 - Phase I trial expectations 'unrealistic'
Cancer patients who are considering participating in phase I clinical trials have "unrealistic expectations" of the benefits, a new study out today has found. More

23/09/2016 - Precision medicine aids cancer care - study
A major European study of cancer care using precision medicine techniques has shown it can delay the progress of illness, it was announced today. More

14/09/2016 - Smokers helped to quit by e-cigarettes
New figures suggest that about 18,000 people in England have moved from conventional cigarettes to e-cigarettes. More

13/09/2016 - Quadruple helix link to cancer
The recently discovered quadruple helix may hold the key to new kinds of treatment for cancer, researchers said last night. More

12/09/2016 - Immunotherapy boosts cancer survival
A new immunotherapy treatment could “revolutionise” cancer treatment after a trial with patients with pancreatic cancer delivered dramatic results, researchers say after reporting the results of a new trial. More

09/09/2016 - Obesity cancer link little known
People in the UK are largely ignorant of links between obesity and cancer, campaigners warned today. More

06/09/2016 - Contraceptives linked to ovarian cancer decline
Widespread use of oral contraceptives has helped reduce deaths from ovarian cancer, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

06/09/2016 - Oesophageal cancer sub-types unveiled
Oesophageal cancer has three different sub-types, researchers announced last night. More

05/09/2016 - Limited benefits from treatment of lung cancer in brain
Brain radiotherapy has few benefits for patients with non-small cell lung cancer which has spread to the head, according to a major study reported today. More

01/09/2016 - Children getting plumper in primary school - campaigners
Some 57,000 children a year are leaving primary school obese or overweight in spite of being a healthy weight when they started, according to an analysis published today. More

30/08/2016 - Pancreatic cancer drug trial announced
A new ovarian cancer drug is to be tested as a treatment for pancreatic cancer. More

26/08/2016 - Perfect storm that causes cancer
People who develop cancer are often victims of a "perfect storm" of damage to their cells and organs, British researchers reported last night. More

24/08/2016 - Expectations may influence drug side-effects
A new study appears to show links between patient expectations and the severity of their side-effects from breast cancer treatment. More

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