The latest news in cancer research, health and policy by Cancer Research UK.
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Women who carry certain strains of the human papillomavirus (HPV) and who also smoke could be increasing their risk of cervical cancer by as much as 27 times compared with...
South Asian women living in England are more likely to survive breast cancer than other women, Cancer Research UK scientists reveal.
There has been a 36 per cent rise in the number of skin cancer cases in Ireland over the past ten years, new figures published by the Irish Cancer Society show.
Penny Lancaster Stewart photographs real women to star in Cancer Research UK's 2008 breast cancer awareness campaign
MODEL photographer Penny Lancaster Stewart has teamed up with Cancer Research UK to photograph three women who have been affected by breast cancer for the charity's 2008...
New results of a worldwide breast cancer prevention study confirm that tamoxifen - a well established treatment for breast cancer - also reduces the risk of breast cancer...
The debate over the precise number of women saved by breast screening should not distract people from the fact that it saves lives, say experts from Cancer Research UK....
Women who take hormone replacement therapy are more likely to be diagnosed with ovarian cancer and to die of the disease, according to a study published in the Lancet.
Cancer Research UK and Breakthrough Breast Cancer are to jointly fund the UK's first clinical trial for women with an aggressive form of breast cancer.
Women who use paracetamol regularly could reduce the risk of ovarian cancer by almost a third, a new study claims.