Smoking could be banned outsides pubs, cafés and restaurants in England, with peers urging ministers to consider similar measures in England.
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In the news this week: an ‘electronic nose’ could help predict who may benefit from lung cancer immunotherapy.
In the news this week: The low-down from the world’s largest cancer conference and the dangerous documentaries spreading misinformation about cancer.
The 2019 ASCO conference news highlights: a year of progress with targeted drugs trialled in prostate, pancreatic, breast and lung cancers.
In the news this week: NHS staff shortages could reach 350,000 by 2030 and an error meant almost 50,000 women weren’t sent cervical screening letters.
In the news this week: promising clinical trial results from ESMO 2018 and we call out an anti-smoking campaign’s hypocrisy.
In the news this week: New global cancer figures revealed and a study sheds new light on which faults in the BRCA1 gene could increase cancer risk.