"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".
"Breast cancer: Test means fewer women will need chemotherapy," reports BBC News.
The news follows the publication of the trial of a test, routinely used in the NHS...
'A low-fat diet full of fruits and vegetables could reduce risk of breast cancer death' the Mail Online reports
'Childhood leukaemia is preventable and likely caused by keeping babies too clean according to a landmark study' the Daily Mirror reports
"HPV vaccine for schoolgirls gets full marks," reports ITV News.
"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