The expert speakers from our recent webinar on the links between diet and mouth and gastrointestinal cancers address further questions from our audience.
In this commentary article from Future Science OA the authors discuss the benefits Tai Chi can have in cancer survivorship.
Find out how diet affects the risk of mouth and gastrointestinal cancers, and learn about how people can reduce their risk of developing the disease
As World Cancer Research Fund UK marks its 25th anniversary, founder and President Marilyn Gentry gives us her thoughts on its work as a trailblazer in the field of cancer prevention, and its future in terms of both research and health policy.
WCRF have recently released a new CUP report discussing the link between various lifestyle factors and the development of esophageal cancer. We spoke with Susannah Brown (Scientific Programme Manager – Research Evidence at WCRF) about the work behind this report and what the main findings were.
A review of the latest epidemiological evidence strengthens a causal link between the consumption of alcohol and cancers at seven sites in the body.
Figures released by the Obesity Health Alliance this week predict an additional 670,000 new cancer diagnoses in the UK over the next 20 years if the current obesity trend continues.
A study investigating the association between coffee consumption and colorectal cancer suggests drinking coffee may be inversely linked with risk of the disease in a dose–response manner.
Study suggests alcohol consumption promotes expression of BRAF, enhancing the effects of estrogen and increasing the risk of breast cancer.
Exposure to nicotine and carcinogenic nitrosamine NNK higher in smokeless tobacco users than in cigarette smokers
A recent study demonstrated higher levels of biomarkers of exposure to nicotine and nitrosamine NNK (a carcinogenic toxicant found in tobacco) in US adults who only used smokeless tobacco products compared with those adults who only used cigarettes.