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News digest – natural killer cells, mobile phones, fatty foods and… a load of rubbish?

Category: Science blog May 28, 2016

The immune system’s natural killer cells, mobile phones and brain tumours, unhelpful fat recommendations and are rubbish dumps linked to lung cancer?

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News digest – goodbye glitzy cigarette packs, ‘sunscreen gene’, Welsh waiting woes and… a cancer-preventing walk?

Category: Science blog May 21, 2016

Standardised cigarette packs; misleading talk of a ‘sunscreen gene’; waiting times missed in Wales and why preventing cancer isn’t ‘a walk in the park’.

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News digest – waiting time woe, cancer plans, post mortem study boost and… John Oliver?

Category: Science blog May 14, 2016

A bite-size digest of all the weeks key stories in cancer research, policy and health.

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News digest – ‘complete picture’ of breast cancer, robo-surgery, mobile phones and… a ‘universal cure’?

Category: Science blog May 7, 2016

DNA study gives clearer picture of breast cancer, a robot does surgery, mobile phones and brain tumours plus why write a ‘universal cure’ headline?

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News digest – e-cigarettes, Chernobyl, ‘moonshots’ and… canned food?

Category: Science blog April 30, 2016

Report promotes switch to e-cigarettes, 30 years since Chernobyl, how the US might spend its cancer ‘moonshot’ money and can canned food cause cancer?

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News digest – immunotherapy’s continued promise, aspirin, long legs and… mouth bacteria?

Category: Science blog April 23, 2016

More promising results for immunotherapy, aspirin analysis, long legs and cancer risk plus why has brushing your teeth been linked to pancreatic cancer?

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News digest – Rising womb cancer rates, gene editing immune cells, missed waiting time targets and… ‘good’ bacteria?

Category: Science blog April 16, 2016

Rising womb cancer rates, gene editing tech could help make immune cells better, missed waiting time targets and do ‘good’ bacteria make a difference?

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