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15/09/2014 - Prostate cancer gene test closer
A breakthrough in genetic understanding of prostate cancer is set to identify men at high risk of contracting the disease, British researchers revealed last night. More

09/09/2014 - Hot breath clue to lung cancer
Simply measuring the temperature of breath could help to identify lung cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

29/08/2014 - Walk a mile to beat cancer - call
Most of the UK's long-term cancer patients are inactive - even though keeping fit can help stave off the disease, campaigners warn today. More

29/08/2014 - Screening risks confuse women
Many women are struggling to understand some of the information they are now getting about the risks of breast screening, researchers say today. More

28/08/2014 - How tomato protects men - new evidence
Men who consume large amounts of tomato and tomato products seem to enjoy a massively reduced risk of developing prostate cancer, researchers revealed yesterday. More

26/08/2014 - UK scientists grow working organ from stem cells
British scientists have successfully used stem cells to grow a fully functioning organ in a living animal, it has been announced. More

21/08/2014 - Scientists search for Marley cancer genetic clues
British scientists are starting to unlock the genetic secrets of the skin cancer that killed reggae star Bob Marley, it was announced yesterday. More

20/08/2014 - Brits at risk of sunburn
Too many Britons believe a tan protects them from the effects of the sun, campaigners warn today. More

18/08/2014 - How cancer deaths are falling
Death rates for the four biggest cancer killers have fallen dramatically in the last two decades, according to an analysis published today. More

14/08/2014 - Weight link to cancer
More than 12,000 cases of cancer in the UK every year are the result of people being overweight or obese, according to an analysis published today. More

06/08/2014 - Aspirin may protect against cancer
Regular use of aspirin might help protect some people against developing cancer, researchers say today. More

04/08/2014 - New cancer hope for transplant drug
A transplant drug may be given a new role to treat a serious form of cancer, researchers say today. More

29/07/2014 - Hope for simple cancer test
A simple blood test might help to identify patients developing cancer at an early stage, British researchers say. More

23/07/2014 - Nuclear power cancer risk not found
Scientists have found no increase in cancer rates among young people living near two major UK nuclear power stations, it was announced today. More

15/07/2014 - Cannabis could yield cancer drugs
Scientists say they have pin-pointed some of the reasons why cannabis may have anti-cancer properties. More

10/07/2014 - Medicine cabinet search for cancer drugs
A threadworm drug, an anti-fungal drug and an antacid are among common medicines that might be used to treat cancer, researchers have revealed. More

10/07/2014 - Sunshine vitamin boost for cancer care?
Sunshine could be a key therapy for patients with bowel cancer, researchers have revealed. More

07/07/2014 - Statins may help prevent breast cancer
Cholesterol lowering drugs might help protect women from breast cancer, according to a major study. More

01/07/2014 - Infertility drug cancer link not proved
Women who have taken fertility drugs may not need to worry about risk of hormone-related cancer, researchers said yesterday. More

01/07/2014 - Lifestyle plea to beat pancreas cancer
Many people could avoid one of the UK's deadliest cancers by lifestyle changes, researchers say today. More

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