Research has demonstrated that 29% of health professionals would not recommend e-cigarettes to cancer patients as an alternative to smoking.
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A recent systematic review has concluded that high consumption of processed meat may lead to an increased risk of developing breast cancer.
Liquid biopsies analyzed using computer model likened to forecasting the weather in their ability to predict treatment response in bowel cancer.
A marker, termed KIM-1, in the blood could be utilized to predict the risk of developing renal cell carcinoma.
Ministers have agreed to the national screening committee’s recommendation for colorectal cancer screening in England in future to start earlier at 50 years of age.
Findings demonstrate the potential of T2-weighted MRI in dual imaging and radiotherapy systems that aim to image and treat tumors simultaneously.
Researchers have discovered that diabetic women face a dramatically increased chance of developing mouth cancer.
Find out about the of role big data in personalized medicine, the development of ACALM and how this methodology could help predict cancer patient outcomes in our latest interview.
Researchers have discovered that it is possible to identify individuals at high risk of developing acute myeloid leukaemia years before diagnosis.
New data suggest that the number of older people diagnosed with cancer per year could reach a quarter of a…