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It may soon be possible for doctors to investigate potentially pre-cancerous bowel lesions or 'polyps' without removing them, scientists have said.
A tried and tested blood pressure drug may improve the effects of chemotherapy, US scientists have shown.
Breast cancer patients who make full use of online information and resources such as support groups are most likely to feel equipped to fight their disease, says research...
Cancer Research UK today announced that Professor Alex Markham, the Charity's Chief Executive, would be stepping down in Spring 2007 to return to the University of Leeds,...
Deaths from womb (uterine) cancer have risen by nearly twenty per cent in the last decade, according to new figures from Cancer Research UK today.
New clinical guidelines for dealing with bladder cancer patients should improve survival rates, the NHS watchdog has said.
A previously unshelved drug could prove effective for treating a group of rare childhood cancers.
There could be as many as 14,000 fewer cases of cancer each year in England if everyone was as healthy as the richest 20 per cent in the country.