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17 Jul 2017
Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in UK males with more than 40,000 new cases being diagnosed every year - but men are still...
17 Jul 2017
The Independent
Every extra 10cm to a man's height increases risk of developing high-grade tumour by 21% and chance of death 17%, Oxford University study...
17 Jul 2017
Medical News Today
Laboratory tests have shown that statins, which are drugs used to control cholesterol, can kill ovarian cancer cells. But tests on human patients...
10 Jul 2017
BBC News
A cancer diagnosis is one of the most common life-changing events in Scottish life, with more cases than marriages or first births, the latest...
6 Jul 2017
Irish Examiner
Cancer survivor Gerard Ingoldsby is glad the State, in its new National Cancer Strategy, has recognised the psychological effects of the disease....