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Deaths from lung cancer in British women under 70 have fallen to their lowest in 30 years, according to new statistics released today.
Breast cancer is less common amongst postmenopausal women who carry out 'vigorous' exercise, US research suggests.
Preliminary research has suggested that women who eat fatty fish, such as salmon or mackerel, a few times a month might have a lower risk of a type of kidney cancer.
Cancer Research UK today predicts a huge drop in deaths from bowel cancer if people use the self testing kit that is being sent to men and women in their sixties...
Studies have shown that exercise can help to reduce the risk of breast cancer, but a new review has found that some groups of women benefit more than others.
The vast majority of women of all ages mistakenly think breast cancer is more likely to strike the under 70s than older women.