The European Union has paused 5G rollout but is pressing ahead with its plans to develop it across the bloc with ongoing risk-based assessments.
The Tamburi site is at the centre of a huge legal case. Experts cited by prosecutors have said some 7,500 people were killed in the area over seven years by diseases linked to toxic emissions.
In Europe alone, 14.5 million workers spend at least 75 per cent of their working lives outdoors without adequate protection and are at greater risk of developing skin cancer. Yet this invisible risk is being vastly neglected.
Former football player and coach Luis Enrique revealed on Twitter that his 9-year-old daughter passed away from a form of bone cancer.
Cases of skin cancer — or melanoma — have increased 45% in the UK over the past decade, according to a newly-published study by Cancer Research UK.
Scientists found that drinking 100ml of sugary drinks, including 100% fruit juice, increased the risk of cancer by 18%.
A professor with terminal cancer says Turkish authorities have cancelled his passport, stopping him from going abroad for alternative treatment.
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Trade unions demand that cancer be recognised as work related illness and calls on the European Union to maintain pressure on employers
When Bailey Jean Matheson found out she had two years to live, she decided to make the most out the time she had left. She wanted others to do the same.
France's national agency for health products (ANSM) said the move was a precautionary measure and that it did not recommend women who already had the implants to remove them.
Lung cancer has been found to be the deadliest form of the disease for both sexes, surpassing breast cancer for women.
The European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) has to disclose details of studies on the toxicity of weedkiller, EU judges ruled on Thursday,
This year, World Cancer Day lanches "I am and I will" campaign.
How likely are you to develop breast cancer? It's a question scientists may now be able to answer much more accurately, thanks to a new method developed by Cancer Research UK.
European researchers tackle cancer with Biobanks
Once a month for the last decade, Pepe Casanas, a 78-year-old Cuban, has hunted down a scorpion to sting himself with, vowing that the venom wards off his rheumatism pains.
The politician said she had been reluctant to go public with the personal action, but wanted “to make this initiative known to all those who can and want to contribute”.
Lack of progress in reducing early deaths from chronic diseases could cause the majority of UN member states to miss the 2030 deadline, according to the Lancet.
An estimated 9.6 million people will die from cancer worldwide in 2018, according to the latest figures from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC).
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On average, 27.5% of the world was lacking sufficient physical activity in 2016. Women were slightly more inactive than men, a difference of 8% globally.
As the civil war rages on, Reuters photographer Khaled Abdullah has visited the oncology area of several Yemeni hospitals, and photographed cancer sufferers staying in charity houses or living with their illness at home.
Dogs are to be trained to detect bowel cancer as part of a British medical trial, researchers have announced.
Bayer shares plunged as much as 14 percent on Monday, losing about €12 billion in value, after newly acquired Monsanto was ordered to pay €250 million in damages in the first of possibly thousands of US lawsuits over alleged links between a weedkiller and cancer.
A court in San Francisco ordered chemical giant Monsanto to a man who claims the company's products caused his terminal cancer.