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There is no evidence to suggest that mobile phone usage increases the risk of glioma, according to results of a study published by the BMJ.
Medical research is being slowed down and lives are being put at risk by unnecessary data protection regulation, a new report has claimed.
A new urine test, used alongside an internal bladder examination has a 99 per cent success rate in detecting recurrent bladder cancers, says a recent study.
Scientists in the US may have identified the chemical signals that encourage some aggressive breast cancers to grow.
A new study has concluded that art therapy could possibly help to ease pain for many cancer sufferers but more research is needed, claims the Cancer Research UK.