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18/03/2015 - Dioxins pose no breast cancer threat
Women exposed to toxic chemicals called dioxins in food may be safe from increased breast cancer risk, researchers have found. More

17/03/2015 - Cancer risk from female obesity
Women who are obese face a 40% increased risk of developing a range of cancers, researchers warn today. More

10/03/2015 - New breast cancer genes
British scientists have found 15 new genetic variations linked to breast cancer, it was announced last night. More

06/03/2015 - Hope for new lung gene treatment
A radical new treatment for lung cancer - using the latest medical techniques - is to be tested on NHS patients this year, it was announced today. More

05/03/2015 - Popular antibiotic could target cancer
Experts are discussing the possibility of using a common antibiotic as part of treatment for cancer. More

04/03/2015 - Screening over-diagnosis okay for most
Participants in cancer screening are willing to accept some risk of wrong diagnosis, according to a new study. More

27/02/2015 - Call for more research on rare diseases
One of the leading authorities on rare diseases has called for adequate funding and research to help those diagnosed with uncommon illnesses. More

27/02/2015 - Stem cell transplants pass a million
More than a million stem cell transplants have now taken place, researchers say today. More

23/02/2015 - Powerful cancer vaccine unveiled
A powerful new vaccine could prevent most of the cancers triggered by the human papillomavirus, researchers have reported. More

13/02/2015 - New HRT risk revealed
Women who take hormone therapy for "just a few years" face a significantly increased risk of developing cancer of the ovaries, researchers warn today. More

12/02/2015 - How cancer all-clear creates future risk
People who get the all-clear after checks for cancer may be reluctant to have future symptoms checked, British researchers have warned. More

09/02/2015 - Nano-gold medical revolution hailed
Nano-particles made of gold and silica can combine cancer treatments and imaging techniques in a single tiny sphere, researchers say. More

06/02/2015 - Child obesity link to cancer
Children who are overweight face an increased risk of developing oesophageal cancer in later life, researchers have warned. More

05/02/2015 - New breast cancer genes unveiled
British scientists today unveiled two new genetic variants linked to a common form of breast cancer. More

04/02/2015 - Cancer may affect half of the UK
Half the British population is likely to face the development of cancer because of increased life expectancy, experts warn today. More

28/01/2015 - Epilepsy clue for breast care
An epilepsy drug might have a role in treating breast cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

26/01/2015 - Cancer symptoms often seen as "trivial"
Thousands of people may be dismissing symptoms of cancer as "trivial", researchers claimed today. More

23/01/2015 - Contraceptive link to brain cancer
Women who take contraceptives over a long period face a very small increased risk of developing brain cancer, researchers have reported. More

14/01/2015 - Oxygen concentration link to cancer
People who live at high altitudes enjoy reduced rates of lung cancer, according to a new study. More

12/01/2015 - Rare breast cancer gene found
A gene discovery may lead to new treatments for one of the deadliest forms of breast cancer, British researchers have reported. More

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