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Women with hormone-sensitive breast cancer who take the drug tamoxifen for five years after breast cancer surgery can cut their long-term chances of dying from the disease...
Vitamin C substantially reduces the ability of anti-cancer drugs to kill cancer cells in the laboratory, say scientists in the US.
CANCER RESEARCH UK scientists have discovered that switching off a gene called CERT makes breast cancer cells more sensitive to a range of drugs.
A new drug that could revolutionise the impact of radiotherapy on cancer and make treatment much more effective, has been developed by Cancer Research UK scientists - it...
More young Brits than ever before are tanning themselves on sunbeds, despite repeated warnings of the dangers of skin cancer, according to leading charity Cancer Research...
The Department of Health has launched a new pilot scheme using football to promote awareness of cancer symptoms in men.
Taking the Pill for 10 years can reduce the risk of ovarian cancer by almost half (45 per cent), new research part-funded by Cancer Research UK shows today.
Up to 14,000 pages of evidence examining the inner workings of the tobacco industry will become available to everyone through an online database.
People with a persistent cough should see their GP in case it is an early sign of lung cancer, health chiefs say.