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The Make Sense campaign for head and neck cancer

The Make Sense campaign for head and neck cancer

Professor C René Leemans discusses the Make Sense campaign’s efforts to raise awareness of head and neck cancer and improve outcomes for patients with...
Europe struggling to deal with burden of chronic digestive diseases

Europe struggling to deal with burden of chronic digestive diseases

Europe is currently failing to manage the increasing burden of chronic digestive diseases, according to a report published today by leading digestive health experts. The...
New €12m research project approved to enhance prostate cancer care

New €12m research project approved to enhance prostate cancer care

The Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI) has approved a new five-year project, PIONEER, with the goal to ensure all European men diagnosed with prostate cancer...
New oral drug can protect cancer patients from venous thromboembolism

New oral drug can protect cancer patients from venous thromboembolism

Taking one tablet a day could be the key to helping treat cancer patients and protect them from venous thromboembolism (VTE), according to research...
Is there a better treatment for prostate cancer on the horizon?

Is there a better treatment for prostate cancer on the horizon?

A new study from the University of Manchester, UK, has found a way to identify men with locally advanced prostate cancer who are less...
Primary care can help discover more cases of cancer early

Primary care can help discover more cases of cancer early

New research from Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, indicates that considerably more cases of suspected cancer can be identified early within...
Optimising gut health to fight against leading chronic diseases

Optimising gut health to fight against leading chronic diseases

A spin-off company from the Department of Biotechnology at Lund University, Sweden, has announced it will start investigating if its technology platform can be...
Testicular cancer survivors benefit greatly from strenuous exercise

Testicular cancer survivors benefit greatly from strenuous exercise

A new study has found that high-intensity interval training helps reduce tiredness and improves self-esteem for those who’ve survived testicular cancer. The study, published in...
NHS breast screening offered to women after missed invitations

NHS breast screening offered to women after missed invitations

Over 300,000 women aged between 70 and 79 are to be offered a catch-up NHS breast screening test this year in England, following recent...
WHO aims to reduce early deaths from noncommunicable diseases

WHO aims to reduce early deaths from noncommunicable diseases

To help meet the global goal to reduce premature deaths from noncommunicable diseases (NCD) by 33% by 2030, ministers of health and senior policymakers...
CRUK launches £18m Brain Tumour Awards

CRUK launches £18m Brain Tumour Awards

The Cancer Research UK (CRUK) Brain Tumour Awards have been launched today, with the aim of funding and tackling six major themes in brain...
The long-term consequences of cervical cancer and its treatment

The long-term consequences of cervical cancer and its treatment

More and more women in the UK are now surviving cervical cancer, but its long-term effects remain life-changing, as Rebecca Shoosmith explains. Over 3,200 women...

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