"Cervical cancer could be eliminated in most countries by 2100," reports The Guardian. The headline is prompted by a new study that predicted what might happen to cervical cancer over the next 50 years.
"GPs with patients who have a persistent sore throat, combined with shortness of breath, trouble swallowing or earache, should consider cancer as the cause," BBC News reports.
"Up to 90 per cent of receipts contain cancer-causing chemicals, experts have warned," the Mail Online reports. In a new study, researchers looked at ...
'GPs could use breast cancer 'calculator' to predict risk to women' The Guardian reports
'An analysis of YouTube videos on prostate cancer has found biased and misleading medical information which could harm patients' Sky News reports
"Cutting out pesticides by eating only organic food could slash your cancer risk by up to 86 percent, a new study claims," the Mail Online reports
'Crowdfunding sites may help fuel pseudoscience and bogus cancer cures, investigation finds' The Independent reports
"Hundreds of women will be spared from cervical cancer every year when a new test replaces conventional screening," reports the Mail Online.
"Prostate cancer spit test is trialled," reports BBC Online on a test that looks at men's DNA to see if they have "high-risk" genes thought to affect 1 in every 100 men".