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Cancer Research UK becomes one of the first major charities to pay all interns

Cancer Research UK today announced that from June 2018 all its internships will be paid.

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News digest – daily junk food ads, gene ‘treasure troves’, NHS cookery classes and… child vapers?

In the news this week: teenagers exposed to junk food ads are twice as likely to be obese, and new child vaping research

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Cancer Alliances are the backbone of NHS cancer care. They’re about to say what staff they need

NHS cancer services are under pressure. Local Cancer Alliances are about to report on what staff they need to reduce this.

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Cancer Research UK funded research does not support the concern that e-cigarettes are a ‘strong gateway’ into smoking

Response to address the misinterpretation by the media of a Cancer Research UK funded paper looking into a potential ‘gateway effect’ by e-cigarette vaping

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Obesity risk doubles for teens bombarded with junk food adverts

Teenagers are more than twice as likely to be obese if they remember seeing a junk food advert every day compared to those who couldn’t recall any in a

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Science Surgery: ‘What’s being done to use treatments in different types of cancer?’

In this Science Surgery post we explore the work being done to use existing treatments in other types of cancer.

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News digest – PSA test, cutting calories, cervical cancer, and… do you know what increases cancer risk?

Using the PSA test for screening, and a plan to cut calories: check out the stories behind this week's headlines.

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British Science Week 2018: how our pioneers are exploring cancer

This British Science Week we'll be catching up with some of our pioneering scientists that are tackling cancer differently.

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Binge watching TV could increase bowel cancer risk in men

Sitting down to watch more than four hours of TV over a day could increase the risk of bowel cancer in men compared to those watching less than just an

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Choice of lung cancer treatment could be affecting survival

Variations in lung cancer treatment may be limiting survival in England, according to a new study.

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