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23/10/2013 - Race breast cancer problem
Young black women in the UK who contract breast cancer fare much less well than white women, researchers revealed today. More

17/10/2013 - Breast cancer gene hormone link
Women with two common breast cancer genes may suffer from unusual levels of hormones, researchers reveal today. More

14/10/2013 - Gene clue to cancer lifestyle causes
Unhealthy lifestyles may be the key factor leading to genetically susceptible people succumbing to cancer of the oesophagus, researchers reported last night. More

10/10/2013 - New brain cancer treatment hope
Scientists may have found a magic bullet to increase the effectiveness of treatments for brain cancer, it was announced last night. More

08/10/2013 - Medicine should aim to beat age - study
Beating age would be a better objective for medicine than tackling individual diseases such as cancer and heart disease, according to a controversial new theory. More

04/10/2013 - Exercise reduces breast cancer risk
Taking part in moderate, regular physical activity reduces the risk of breast cancer in post-menopausal women, a new study shows today (4 October 2013). More

04/10/2013 - ‘Junk’ DNA reveals genetic mutations
Disease-causing genetic mutations that trigger diseases such as cancer have been found in “junk” DNA, it was revealed last night. More

03/10/2013 - New hope for red wine chemical
A controversial red wine chemical may have long-lasting effects on the body, according to British researchers who are studying its cancer-fighting potential. More

01/10/2013 - Breast cancer knowledge gaps revealed
Massive advances in understanding breast cancer have still left major gaps in knowledge, experts warned today. More

30/09/2013 - Chinese medicine in UK cancer tests
British doctors are set to conduct trials of a powerful Chinese traditional medicine on cancer patients, it has been announced. More

30/09/2013 - Health spending link to cancer treatment success
Survival from cancer is strongly linked to total spending on health care across Europe, a conference has been told. More

27/09/2013 - Shark cancer study
British researchers are to investigate claims that sharks have unique cancer-fighting properties, it was announced yesterday. More

27/09/2013 - Stem cell hope for body reconstruction
Women whose bodies are being rebuilt after cancer surgery may be able to benefit from a new generation of stem cell "enriched" fat grafts, researchers report today. More

24/09/2013 - Marriage bonus for cancer patients
People who are married fare much better in the face of cancer than others, researchers reported last night. More

24/09/2013 - Head and neck cancer awareness urged
Experts are seeking to raise awareness of the risk of cancers that affect the head and neck this week. More

10/09/2013 - Sleep problem for cancer patients
People with serious sleep disorder may fare badly if they get skin cancer, according to a new study. More

30/08/2013 - Collagen's anti-cancer role studied
The collagen found in the body may have an "extraordinary" ability to protect against cancer, British researchers revealed today. More

21/08/2013 - Men face extra skin cancer risk
Men are much more vulnerable to skin cancer than women, according to an alarming analysis published today. More

15/08/2013 - Dozens of cancer mutations revealed
The processes that cause mutations and the development of the 30 most common cancer types have been discovered, it was announced last night. More

15/08/2013 - Non-smoking breast-feeding may give cancer protection
Breastfeeding for more than six months may safeguard non-smoking mothers against breast cancer, a new report from Spain has suggested. More

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