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Doctors are testing radiation to cure a major cause of cardiac arrest
Radiation normally reserved for cancer patients is being tested on 400 patients to see if it helps repair misfiring heart cells.
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Experimental new pill eliminates cancer in third of leukaemia patients
More than half of the patients enrolled in an early clinical trial responded to the drug. One-third saw their cancer vanish entirely.
Breaking taboos: The Princess leading a cancer revolution
As Chairperson of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation and Center, HRH Princess Ghida Talal has been on the frontline battling against cancer since 2001.
Cancer death rates in the US are in decline. How does Europe compare?
Because half of Europeans will develop cancer at some point in their lives, the rates for survival are of vital importance.
UV nail dryers may damage DNA and cause mutations in human cells
UV nail dryers used for gel manicures can cause permanent mutations in human cells associated with a risk of cancer, new research has found.
Cheap new test can detect 14 types of cancer before they spread
Researchers in Sweden have found a new way of detecting cancer in its early stages by simply using blood or urine samples.
Scientists use new gene editing technique to help tackle cancer
Scientists have used CRISPR gene editing technology to tailor immune cells to attack tumours, an important step towards personalised cancer treatment.
Our Future Health: UK launches its largest ever healthcare study
The “Our Future Health” scheme aims to study medical samples and data from 5 million people to help detect and treat diseases in their early stages.
Physicists hope particle accelerators could fight cancer. Here’s how
Physicists exploring the universe’s biggest mysteries are now using their know-how to improve radiation therapy to treat cancer.
Hair straightening products may double risk of uterine cancer
The decade-long study said Black women may be more affected because they tend to use hair straightening products more often.
A new form of herpes virus can fight advanced cancers. Here’s how
Early clinical trial results suggest a genetically engineered version of the virus known to cause cold sores shows promise in treating a range of advanced cancers.
Echoing JFK's moonshot, Biden vows to 'end cancer as we know it'
US President Joe Biden is pushing for the goal he set in February of cutting domestic cancer fatalities by 50% over the next 25 years.
This blood test can spot cancer before you show any symptoms
The Galleri blood test can detect cancers that don’t currently have routine screening methods.
Scientists uncover how air pollution triggers lung cancer
Scientists have managed to link air pollution to lung cancer, helping to explain why so many non-smokers develop the disease.
Babies born from frozen embryos may be at higher risk of cancer
The researchers behind the study say we need to know more about the impact of freezing on the health of future generations.
A banana a day can keep some cancers away - but ripeness matters
The risk of some hereditary cancers was reduced by more than half for participants in the 20-year study.
Bowel cancer is killing younger people. Here’s what Europe can do
Awareness is key when it comes to catching bowel cancer before it’s too late. Here’s why the legacy of Deborah James could be pivotal to saving lives.
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