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22/07/2013 - Skin cancer survival rising
Survival from the skin cancer melanoma has risen sharply in the last 40 years, new figures show. More

18/07/2013 - Intelligent knife for cancer surgeons
Cancer surgeons could soon be using an "intelligent knife" to help them diagnose tumours, it was revealed last night. More

18/07/2013 - Bid to unlock lung cancer secrets
A major project to try to unlock the secrets of lung cancer was launched today. More

15/07/2013 - DNA clue to diabetes cancer risk
Changes to the DNA might be the reason why people with late oneset diabetes have an increase risk of cancer, it was revealed last night. More

15/07/2013 - Infertility risk among women cancer survivors
Women who have survived childhood cancer are almost 50% more likely to be infertile than others - but are less likely to be offered fertility treatment when compared with their sisters, researchers have found. More

12/07/2013 - Hope for child cancer treatment
Hopes for a new treatment for a devastating childhood cancer have been boosted by successful research at a British university. More

10/07/2013 - IVF poses no child cancer threat
Children born through fertility treatment do not face any increased cancer risk, according to a major study reported today. More

08/07/2013 - Sugar to boost cancer diagnosis
Cancer patients could be asked to down the equivalent of half a bar of chocolate during tests as part of a new scanning technique unveiled by British researchers last night. More

02/07/2013 - Night worker cancer link
Women who spend most of their working lives on night shifts face a major increase in risk of breast cancer, researchers warned today. More

25/06/2013 - Use drugs to prevent breast cancer - guidance
The NHS should start offering drug treatment to women facing high risk of breast cancer, government advisers said today. More

24/06/2013 - Public using sun-burn to tan
Large numbers of people see sun-burn as a way to get a better tan, campaigners warned today. More

20/06/2013 - Search for safe cancer prevention pills
A British researcher has talked about her mission to find safe substances that can be used to prevent cancer. More

20/06/2013 - Gene therapy cleared of cancer risk
The world's first gene therapy poses little risk of causing cancer, German researchers revealed yesterday. More

18/06/2013 - Mystery as cancer afflicts men
British men are contracting a cancer of the throat at a rate three times that suffered by women, it was revealed today. More

17/06/2013 - Brain tumour diagnosis time falling
Doctors are now diagnosing brain tumours in children faster than ever before. More

14/06/2013 - Virus testing could prevent hundreds of cancers
Testing for viruses rather than taking smears would save hundreds of women from the misery of cervical cancer, it is claimed today. More

13/06/2013 - E-cigarettes to be regulated
Electronic cigarettes are to be licensed as medical products, British authorities announced yesterday. More

10/06/2013 - Gene finding offers skin cancer hope
New genetic discoveries may help scientists design drugs to stop the skin cancer melanoma spreading, it was announced last night. More

03/06/2013 - Cancer trials neglecting young women
Studies of breast cancer treatment may be failing to assess the effects on younger women, experts have warned. More

22/05/2013 - Cancer survival may not be wake-up call
People who survive cancer do not adopt healthy lifestyles, new findings suggest today. More

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