Recent news demonstrated that a third of cancer cases in the UK could be prevented through lifestyle changes, what steps can you take as a clinician to help guide your patients lifestyle choices? Find out in this patient perspective blog.
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A study conducted by Cancer Research UK (London) has discovered that more than 135,500 cases of cancer a year could be prevented through lifestyle changes.
Researchers have demonstrated that in mice genetically predetermined to have colorectal cancer, Viagra significantly reduces the risk of the disease.
A study conducted out by Cancer Research UK has discovered that carrying out one-off PSA tests on asymptomatic men does not reduce prostate cancer deaths.
A novel study has demonstrated a blood test for circulating cancer DNA could predict if a woman is responding to the breast cancer drug palbociclib, months earlier than current tests.
To mark World Cancer Day we are highlighting the most significant advancements in modern oncology to investigate how the field has advanced and what hurdles still need to be overcome.
An innovative new platform could transform the way cancer is diagnosed and treated by automating the isolation of circulating tumor cells.
Right now, doctors can’t tell whether women with DCIS will go on to develop breast cancer. This means that, unfortunately, some women with DCIS undergo unnecessary treatment. Find out how Jelle and his team are looking to change this.