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04/06/2015 - Cancer now biggest killer
Cancer is now a bigger killer than heart disease in the UK, according to an analysis published today. More

02/06/2015 - Breast-feeding may prevent leukaemia
Children that are breast-fed enjoy a reduced risk of developing leukaemia, researchers reported tonight. More

28/05/2015 - New hope to block cancer spread
A common drug should help to tackle the lethal spread of breast cancer to the bones, researchers reported last night. More

27/05/2015 - Diet may deter endometrial cancer
A healthy diet, based on Mediterranean foods, could help a woman halve her risk of developing cancer of the lining of the womb, researchers report today. More

22/05/2015 - Skin rife with mutations - scientists
As much as 25% of the skin of middle-aged people may contain cancer-linked mutations, researchers said last night. More

15/05/2015 - How smoking reprograms DNA
Smoking tobacco causes widespread changes to the body's DNA, effectively reprogramming it, British researchers reported yesterday. More

12/05/2015 - Hormone that puts men at risk of female cancer
Breast cancer affects hundreds of men every year - and levels of the female hormone oestrogen may be a major cause of it, researchers report today. More

07/05/2015 - Hope for 3D breast-screening
A three-dimensional breast-screening system can detect many more cancers than traditional mammography, researchers reported yesterday. More

05/05/2015 - Hope for ovarian test
British researchers are close to developing an effective screening test for ovarian cancer, it was announced today. More

01/05/2015 - Call for Europe to tackle asbestos disease
Europe needs to step up efforts to eliminate diseases caused by asbestos, a continental summit said yesterday. More

29/04/2015 - Strong diet link to colon cancer
A new study shows the devastating impact of western diets on the risk of colon cancer. More

29/04/2015 - Cancer patients miss out on fitness advice
Patients with bowel cancer benefit from keeping fit - but many say they have never received this advice, researchers say today. More

28/04/2015 - How exercise may boost breast cancer care
Programmes of physical exercise can help reduce the side-effects faced by women undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer, according to a new study. More

17/04/2015 - Cancer warning on synthetic cannabis
A new generation of synthetic intoxicants poses a serious cancer risk, researchers have warned. More

09/04/2015 - New breast gene test unveiled
Genetic testing can now tell a woman her risk of breast cancer with a high degree of accuracy, British researchers said today. More

07/04/2015 - Elderly face growing melanoma risk
Cases of melanoma among the elderly have increased nearly ten-fold in 40 years as the impact of Mediterranean package holidays is felt, it has been revealed. More

02/04/2015 - Elderly suffer from late cancer diagnosis
The over-60s are most likely to have cancer diagnosed through an emergency admission to hospital, according to figures published today. More

25/03/2015 - How alcohol causes liver cancer
Drinking three alcoholic drinks per day significantly raises the risk of liver cancer, experts warned today. More

20/03/2015 - Male cancer problem growing
More than 30,000 men in the UK are living with advanced, incurable prostate cancer, new research reveals today. More

19/03/2015 - World smoking falls - but "not fast enough"
Fewer than 25% of adults world-wide are now smokers, according to new figures released yesterday. More

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