Cancer controversies - A to Z
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- 'Superfoods' and cancer
- Can alcohol be good for you?
- Deodorants and cancer
- Hormones in our environment - do they affect our risk of cancer?
- Is the research published? If so, where?
- Look for controls
- Mobile phones and cancer
- Plastic bottles
- Science fact or science fiction?
- Still early days
- Talcum powder and cancer
- Understanding risk
- Who funded it?
- News story: 'No link' between using mobile phones and brain tumours
20 October 2011
- News story: Early baldness and lower risk of prostate cancer link 'not conclusive'
17 March 2010
- News story: Study finds isolation and stress may increase breast cancer risk in rats
8 December 2009
- News story: 'No convincing evidence' for benefits of homeopathy in cancer treatment
15 April 2009
- Press Release: Charity launches blog to bust cancer myths
9 May 2008
- News story: Caution urged over mandarin liver cancer link
12 September 2006
- News story: Research suggests no breast implant cancer link
21 April 2006
- News story: More research needed on whether blood pressure drugs affect cancer risk
14 June 2010
- News story: "Too big a leap" to conclude that rhubarb can protect against cancer, says Cancer Research UK
16 February 2010
- News story: Mobile phone use 'not linked to brain tumours'
4 December 2009
- News story: Cancer Research UK plays down 'inconsistent' evidence for mouthwash cancer link
14 January 2009
- News story: Electromagnetic fields 'do not increase cancer risk' among energy workers
3 May 2007
- News story: Early-stage testing credits pomegranate juice with cancer benefits
1 July 2006
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