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After losing his stomach to cancer, Panagiotis Dousis, 88, is setting his sights on running a marathon.
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The announcement comes as Joe Exotic is serving time in prison for violating federal wildlife laws and a failed murder-for-hire plot.
HPV vaccine cut cervical cancer rates by almost 90%, say researchers
The first-ever study of the UK's HPV vaccine programme found that the jab prevented thousands of cases of cancers and precancerous cells in the years since it was first offered to children.
Alcohol most common cause of breast cancer, says WHO
There is no safe level of alcohol consumption and the risk of breast cancer increases with each unit of alcohol per day, the WHO has warned.
Could your antiperspirant deodorant cause breast cancer?
The question of whether aluminium found in antiperspirant deodorants could lead to breast cancer has been widely debated for several decades.
Why is this lab 3D printing a deadly cancerous tumour?
Researchers in Tel Aviv are using MRIs, CT scans and cells from patients suffering from Glioblastoma to 3D print tumours to find new treatments.
Could aspirin be the key to treating aggressive breast cancer?
A new study is looking at how the everyday painkiller could improve the effectiveness of other drugs in treating breast cancer.
German firm loses appeal against ruling its weed killer causes cancer
A San Francisco appeals court on Monday upheld a 2019 ruling in favour of a couple claiming they became ill after years of using Bayer's weedkiller Roundup.
No more cigarettes within ten years, says tobacco boss
The CEO of Philip Morris International says the company could stop selling cigarettes in the UK in the next decade as it moves into vaping and pharmaceuticals.
Labelling times for life-saving MRI scans cut from years to 30 minutes
A groundbreaking deep learning study can label 100,000 MRI scans for cancer and neuro patients in minutes rather than years.
The glow of fireflies is helping scientists find treatments for cancer
Researchers are reproducing the same chemical reaction that causes fireflies to light up in patients in a bid to help fight off disease.
Computer games help children overcome pain from cancer treatment
Research conducted at the Hospital de la Paz in Madrid shows that playing video games helps children in their recovery from cancer treatments. It analysed pain levels by monitoring heart rate and eye responses in children going through chemotherapy.
One million cancer cases undiagnosed in Europe due to pandemic
The new data also showed that an estimated 100 million cancer screening tests were not performed in Europe during the pandemic, leading to later stage diagnoses and decreased overall survival.
Spanish app provides support to child cancer patients and families
This year International Childhood Cancer Day is focussing on how to help families better cope with all aspects of the illness.
Worst year on record for cancer diagnosis in the UK
Factors mostly involving the pandemic saw patients too worried to seek treatment, while struggling healthcare services forced further delays and cancellations.
How COVID-19 has caused deadly delays to diagnosing cancer
Meet the people who've had to battle cancer amid a COVID-19 pandemic.
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Online make-up tutorials help boost cancer patients' self-esteem during the pandemic
With Covid-19 limiting opportunities for face-to-face support, make-up artist Laura Hunt is giving online make-up tutorials to help cancer patients boost their self-esteem.
Brussels wants to cut the proportion of smokers in the EU to just 5%
Margaritis Schinas, vice president of the European Commission, said he wanted to create a tobacco-free generation of Europeans.
New breast cancer therapy promises to destroy tumours inside the body
A prize-winning breast cancer therapy developed in Poland promises to destroy tumours inside the body, avoiding the need for painful surgery.
Screening, research and treatment: the EU's mission to beat cancer
Cancer deaths in the European Union are currently at an annual level of 1,400,000. Horizon Europe's Cancer Mission is aiming to save three million lives in the next decade. Futuris investigates the network of teams across the Europe working to make this happen.