cancer prevention

The latest figures predict one in two people will develop cancer at some point in their lives, but it doesn’t have to be
The previous Government set a measly target to bring the UK up to the average survival rates for Europe; an increase of just 3% after 5 years. How can we achieve a breakthrough in the battle against cancer when our aim is to do no better than other countries are already doing? And meanwhile, other countries are probably investing more, setting more ambitious targets and forging even further ahead.
Thought you could never have too much of a good thing? Well actually, you can. Despite popular belief that vitamins are good
Broccoli could be the key to preventing "fatal" tumours such as head and neck cancer, according to scientists. Researchers
Angelina Jolie Pitt has revealed her decision to have her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed after early signs of cancer
Eating a pescetarian diet may lower your risk of bowel cancer according to a new study. People who ate fish and vegetables
Drugs that prevent the development of treatment-resistant prostate cancer may be in prospect following the discovery of a
The health benefits of EGCG (the most abundant antioxidant in green tea) have been associated with a reduction in colorectal
Everyone wants to believe he is immune to cancer, especially the young. But it is time that we abandoned the false sense of security inherent in the myth that we are too young for cancer. Doing so would lower the rate of late-stage diagnoses, improve outcomes, and create more inclusive and supportive communities for patients and survivors.
Much is said about the health side effects of having cancer, but not enough about the emotional mountain that faces someone