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07/05/2014 - Endometrial cancer clue found
Aggressive forms of endometrial cancer are linked to high levels of a protein linked to appetite and blood pressure, a conference heard yesterday. More

02/05/2014 - New cancer diagnosis research drive
Some 20 million is to be made available to researchers in a major drive to improve diagnosis of cancer, it was announced today. More

29/04/2014 - Half cancer patients survive a decade
Improvements in cancer treatment mean that 50% of those diagnosed with the disease can expect to live at least a decade, according to a major new UK study published today. More

29/04/2014 - Y-chromosome loss faces men
Male health may be affected by loss of the Y-chromosome, researchers revealed last night. More

28/04/2014 - Cancer survivors' work struggle
A cancer charity has welcomed research showing how women treated for breast cancer can struggle to return to work. More

24/04/2014 - Threat from pancreatic cancer
Cancer of the pancreas is the only form of cancer that will continue to kill increasing numbers of people across Europe, researchers warned today. More

22/04/2014 - Skin cancer rates soar
Rates of the most serious skin cancer in the UK have increased by more than five times in the last 40 years ago, according to figures published yesterday. More

17/04/2014 - Alarm as pensioners shun bowel screening
Bowel cancer screening programmes across England are having dramatically different success rates, campaigners claimed yesterday. More

15/04/2014 - Surgery may help advanced prostate cancer
Men with advanced and spreading prostate cancer may benefit from surgery, a conference was told yesterday. More

14/04/2014 - Vaccine cuts teen cancer virus infection
A new vaccine has cut rates of infection with a cancer-causing virus by two thirds among teenage girls, researchers report today. More

14/04/2014 - Men may quit cancer monitoring programme
Programmes aimed at monitoring men with slow growing prostate cancer may suffer from patient reluctance to co-operate, Swiss researchers have warned. More

11/04/2014 - Prostate cancer grading lacks accuracy
Tests to identify the severity of prostate cancer have proved wildly inaccurate, researchers warn today. More

02/04/2014 - Vitamin D benefits still unclear
A major review on the health benefits of the sunshine vitamin, D, has found no clear positive effects, researchers say today. More

02/04/2014 - Living alone aggravates skin cancer risk
Men who live alone face the greatest risk from the skin cancer melanoma, according to a new study. More

01/04/2014 - Seven fruit and vegs give most benefit
People should eat seven or more portions of fruit and vegetables daily to gain the greatest protection against heart disease and cancer, researchers say today. More

28/03/2014 - Organic food does not prevent cancer
Eating organic food may feel healthy - but it does not cut the risk of developing cancer, according to the findings of a major study today. More

28/03/2014 - Drugs hope to spare women breast surgery
Women with the breast cancer gene BRCA1 might be treated with drugs rather than surgery in the future, researchers say today. More

24/03/2014 - Screen some women more often - conference
About a third of women would benefit from undergoing breast screening more frequently than at present, a conference has been told. More

21/03/2014 - How exercise reduces breast cancer risk
Women of any age can cut their risk of breast cancer by undertaking daily physical activity, researchers reported yesterday. More

21/03/2014 - Breast care boosted in Britain - conference
Britain has achieved a transformation in breast cancer care of young women in the last 25 years, a conference will hear today. More

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