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19/12/2013 - Cancer survival boost
Britons have enjoyed a massive reduction in the risk of dying from cancer in the last two decades, according to an analysis published today. More

18/12/2013 - Celebrities impact public health - not always for good
Doctors should take the influence of celebrities on their patients more seriously as it affects their health behaviours, doctors say today. More

18/12/2013 - Vitamins "waste of money" - doctors
Vitamin and mineral supplements are a "waste of money", a group of doctors declared yesterday after a series of studies finding them failing to help prevent heart disease and cancer. More

13/12/2013 - Breast cancer prevention breakthrough
A drug can halve the risk of women developing breast cancer in old age, British researchers revealed last night. More

09/12/2013 - Study aims to cut breast screening misery
A pioneering project in Birmingham is aiming to reduce the number of women having unnecessary surgery following breast screening, it has been announced. More

09/12/2013 - Immune programming blood cancer hope
A radical new technique, based on reprogramming immune system cells, is proving a "powerful" treatment, researchers revealed yesterday. More

09/12/2013 - Gene found in range of cancers
A single gene may be involved in a whole range of types of cancer, British researchers revealed last night. More

06/12/2013 - Sunshine vitamin doubts raised
Experts today raise doubts about the effectiveness of vitamin D supplements to protect against acute and chronic disease. More

05/12/2013 - UK trails Europe on cancer survival
Patients in the UK and Ireland with a range of common cancers have poorer chances of survival than in many other European countries, according to a major study published today. More

27/11/2013 - E-cigarette child warning
Marketing of electronic cigarettes needs to be regulated to protect children becoming addicted to nicotine, campaigners warned today. More

25/11/2013 - Pancreas cancer call
Cancer of the pancreas could be the fourth most deadly form of cancer within 20 years, according to a group of British MPs. More

19/11/2013 - Hope for new prostate test
British scientists may have found a way to distinguish deadly forms of prostate cancer from relatively harmless ones, it was announced last night. More

13/11/2013 - Bio-material hope for brain care
A biological material could hold the key to improving brain tumour treatment, academics have revealed. More

12/11/2013 - Transplant cures allergy
A child has been cured of peanut allergy by a bone marrow transplant, it has been revealed. More

11/11/2013 - Breast radiotherapy targeting booster
A targeted radiotherapy treatment may help save lives and spare women who undergo breast surgery weeks of misery, it was reported today. More

07/11/2013 - IVF cancer link ruled out
Children born through assisted reproduction do not need to worry about facing any increased risk of cancer - at least while they are children, according to a major new study. More

04/11/2013 - Blood test for skin cancer spread
A simple blood test could be used to monitor patients with the skin cancer melanoma and ensure the disease has not spread, British researchers reveal today. More

31/10/2013 - Care pathway will be replaced - UK national director
A senior doctor has hit back at criticism of the scrapping of the controversial Liverpool care pathway, which was widely used to organise care for dying patients in Britain. More

30/10/2013 - Call for cancer "inequality" to be tackled
A massive gap has opened between the survival changes of patients with some common cancers and those with the rarest forms of the disease, according to figures published yesterday. More

28/10/2013 - Breast cancer diet trial planned
Women who have had breast cancer are being sought to test a new diet which could help them manage their weight. More

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