"Social media blamed for spread of cancer myths," is the headline in The Times. This was based on new research into what people in the UK believe about the causes of cancer.
'Nearly 90% of women at risk of breast cancer shun preventative drugs' The Independent reports
'Lifesaving jab denied to millions of boys in Britain could slash the risk of prostate cancer' the Mail Online reports
"Cutting out red meat significantly reduces people's risk of bowel cancer, study finds," is the somewhat misleading headline from the Mail Online.
'Vitamin D may offer protection against cancers, study says' The Guardian reports
"Screening for prostate cancer does not save lives, and may do more harm than good," reports the Daily Telegraph.
"Mini tumours created to battle cancer," BBC News reports on a study in which scientists created lab-grown "mini tumours" to test responses to different treatments.
"Fathers may pass ovarian cancer risk to daughters," reports BBC News after research found a possible new cancer gene on the X chromosome.
'“Ultra-processed” foods, made in factories with ingredients unknown to the domestic kitchen, may be linked to cancer' The Guardian reports