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10/11/2015 - Gene found for child cancer
A single genetic mutation may be responsible for about 10% of familial cases of the childhood cancer, Wilms tumour, British researchers have reported. More

06/11/2015 - Infant saved by genetically modified T cells - first treatment
An infant appears to have been cured of advanced leukaemia using an experimental treatment with genetically modified T-cells, it was announced yesterday. More

04/11/2015 - Lack of cancer screening knowledge
Most people do not realise that some cancer screening is to prevent disease - while other kinds aim to detect it, researchers reported today. More

02/11/2015 - Innovations revealed at cancer conference
A range of discoveries that could change the way that cancers are targeted for treatment are being unveiled at a major UK conference. More

02/11/2015 - A&E cancer diagnosis: 25% dead within two months
A quarter of people diagnosed with cancer after going to accident and emergency departments in London die within two months, a conference is set to hear today. More

30/10/2015 - Gene fingerprint could extend cancer drug use
The use of common cancer drugs could be extended after the identification of a new genetic "fingerprint", researchers revealed last night. More

28/10/2015 - Extra genes linked to testicular cancer
A gene test could help identify men at high risk of testicular cancer, British researchers say today. More

27/10/2015 - Meat link to cancer claim - WHO
Processed meat, such as bacon, ham and sausage, is carcinogenic to humans while pure red meat is "probably" able to trigger cancer, World Health Organisation experts said yesterday. More

22/10/2015 - Second glass increases breast cancer risk
A major European study has shown how drinking alcohol daily can increase women's risk of breast cancer. 1 comments More

21/10/2015 - HRT "safe" row
British experts have rejected suggestions that a new study has found that hormone replacement therapy is safe for women. More

21/10/2015 - Cancer risk from long-term radiation
Continuous exposure to low-dose radiation creates a cancer risk that should be minimised, according to a study published today. More

20/10/2015 - Right arm for melanoma risk checks
Counting moles on the right arm may be a good way of identifying patients at risk of melanoma, according to British researchers. More

16/10/2015 - Crowdfunding backs cancer project
A London-based research team has turned - successfully - to crowd-funding to gain backing for research on the use of the malaria drug artesunate to treat colorectal cancer. More

14/10/2015 - Q fever linked to lymphoma
The risk of lymphoma is increased by infection with the bacterium that causes Q fever, French researchers report today. More

13/10/2015 - Call to tackle cancer VTE risk
Venous thromboembolism is contributing to as many as 4,000 cancer deaths a year in England and Wales, according to report published today. More

12/10/2015 - Antioxidants found to increase malignant melanoma development
Antioxidants can double the rate of melanoma metastasis in mice, adding further weight to the belief that the molecules can increase the development of some cancers, according to new findings. More

08/10/2015 - Nobel for UK cancer researcher
A British cancer researcher became the joint recipient of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry yesterday. More

07/10/2015 - Early detection's benefits for breast cancer care
A study of tumour sizes has emphasised the importance of catching breast cancer at an early stage, researchers say today. More

07/10/2015 - Good results for ovary transplants
Ovarian transplants can be both safe and effective, Danish researchers report today. More

05/10/2015 - MicroRNA key to myeloma test
Scientists have unveiled proposals for a new test that could speed up early diagnosis of multiple myeloma. More

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